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Albert Camus

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Kane County Chronicle
Batavia art exhibits alive with colorportraits in Levesque's "The Existentialists" series skillfully capture such wr
Kane County Chronicle / Posted yesterday
portraits in Levesque's "The Existentialists" series skillfully capture such writers as Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Woolf, Albert Camus, James Joyce, Flannery O'Connor, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Thomas Mann and Henry Miller. Levesque describes her work... Read more
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Inquirier.net
FULL TEXT: Our Fundamental Freedoms by Justice Leonenour own, will look for the false messiah in the form of a demagogue or a populi
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 days ago
our own, will look for the false messiah in the form of a demagogue or a populist or called by the name preferred by Albert Camus, Thomas Mann, and more recently, Rob Reimer: the fascist. I do not refer to anyone. But the danger is... Read more
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Philly.com
Philadelphia finally won a Super Bowl. Why does it feel like a loss? | Perspectivethe end of ‘A Christmas Carol.’ ” I couldn’t share his enthusiasm. My preferre
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
the end of ‘A Christmas Carol.’ ” I couldn’t share his enthusiasm. My preferred literary analogy: Sisyphus. Existentialist Albert Camus thought the mythical king, punished for angering Zeus, could find happiness rolling a rock uphill, again and... Read more
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Bay Weekly
How We Met:Times journalist Clyde Farnsworth, recently back from Paris. Guessing that Clyd
Bay Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
Times journalist Clyde Farnsworth, recently back from Paris. Guessing that Clyde had surely met the existentialist novelist Albert Camus, I settled next to him. Conversation revealed that Camus’ The Exile and the Kingdom reflected Clyde’s situation... Read more
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asianage
Slice-of-life love storyopening line in a book you have read? “Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday; I
asianage / Posted 14 days ago
opening line in a book you have read? “Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday; I can’t be sure.” — The Outsider, by Albert Camus. Can’t think of a better example of brevity and preciseness. The very opening line sets the tone of not just the... Read more
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The Columbian
Best poetry collections for Februarytells the son, “he’s killing himself,/ only you can save him now.” Those and ot
The Columbian / Posted 16 days ago
tells the son, “he’s killing himself,/ only you can save him now.” Those and other memories, woven together with ideas from Albert Camus, Paul Celan and Ernest Hemingway, shape a thoughtful exploration of the philosophical and practical implications... Read more
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Herald Sun
Laneway Festival: Dos and Don’tsstop looking for them. Then they will appear.The Isle of Arran - Loyle Carner
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
stop looking for them. Then they will appear.The Isle of Arran - Loyle Carner I N D U L G E N C E Pace yourself. As Albert Camus once said: “Slow ‘n’ steady wins the race, fast and loose you’re off your face.” Depend on there being enough... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Yellow flowers in winter, Divvy, and bossing Alexa — 9 things to like right noware full of uplifting quotes on the value of a free press. This is one I’ve bee
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
are full of uplifting quotes on the value of a free press. This is one I’ve been thinking about. It’s by the French writer Albert Camus: “A free press can of course be good or bad but, most certainly, without freedom it will never be anything but... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Taking notice of Tribune Towerthis one by Flannery O’Connor: “The truth does not change according to our abil
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
this one by Flannery O’Connor: “The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it.” And this one by Albert Camus: “A free press can of course be good or bad but, most certainly, without freedom it will never be anything but... Read more
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EuroNews
Maverick, magician, misanthrope: death claims The Fall's Mark E. Smithstart The Fall promised something different from the average punk noise merchan
EuroNews / Posted 26 days ago
start The Fall promised something different from the average punk noise merchants. Firstly, the band was named after an Albert Camus novel, and Smith proudly proclaimed a self-taught intellectualism, citing authors, reading widely, and... Read more
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heraldscotland
Obituary - Mark E Smith, riotous lead singer of The FallAldous Huxley and Arthur Machen. This mix of existential gothic was tailor-made
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
Aldous Huxley and Arthur Machen. This mix of existential gothic was tailor-made for punk, and The Fall were named after Albert Camus’ novel after they discovered their original name, The Outsiders, taken from another Camus novel, had already... Read more
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Bury Times
Tributes to punk legend and front man of The Fall Mark E Smithin 1976. The band, made up of Martin Brumah, Una Baines and Tony Friel, was na
Bury Times / Posted 26 days ago
in 1976. The band, made up of Martin Brumah, Una Baines and Tony Friel, was named after the novel by French philosopher Albert Camus. The group would go on to play their first gig at the North West Arts basement in Manchester, on May 23... Read more
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heraldscotland
Obituary - Mark E Smith, riotous songwriter, musician and lead singer of The FallAldous Huxley and Arthur Machen. This mix of existential gothic was tailor-made
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
Aldous Huxley and Arthur Machen. This mix of existential gothic was tailor-made for punk, and The Fall were named after Albert Camus’ novel after they discovered their original name, The Outsiders, taken from another Camus novel, had already... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Circumcision: Why Risk Your Child’s Well-Being? A Call to All Israelis | Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo | 8 Shevat 5778 – January 24, 2018give us the feeling of life’s utmost significance. If not for that, we would ag
The Jewish Press / Posted 28 days ago
give us the feeling of life’s utmost significance. If not for that, we would agree with French philosopher and novelist Albert Camus who said that the only serious philosophical problem is whether or not to commit suicide. There are values in... Read more
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Op-Ed News
A Genuine Actor: Francesco Serpicounder his name, someone who will eventually escape him and perhaps someday will
Op-Ed News / Posted 28 days ago
under his name, someone who will eventually escape him and perhaps someday will kill the true artist [person] in him." -- Albert Camus, "Create Dangerously" "It ain't me you're lookin for, babe." -- Bob Dylan, It Ain't Me, Babe The set was real... Read more
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Daily Mail
The correct way to pronounce Dr. Seuss and other authorsRick Riordan pronounces his name as 'rye-ohr-din' not 'rear-din,' or 'ree-ohr-d
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
Rick Riordan pronounces his name as 'rye-ohr-din' not 'rear-din,' or 'ree-ohr-din' Camus: French philosopher and author, Albert Camus, pronounces his name with a silent 't' and it’s pronounced 'ahl-behr kah-moo' not 'al-bert kam-muss' Sciezska:... Read more

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