Albert Camus

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San Antonio Express-News
Napa schools reopen after fires, greeting kids with extra supportgot thrown off.” He noted that the upside of two weeks off was extra time to f
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 9 hours ago
got thrown off.” He noted that the upside of two weeks off was extra time to finish a project on “The Stranger,” by Albert Camus. His classmate Malia Blackmon, 17, however, said that like a typical teenager, she still put off doing the... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
AROUND & ABOUT --Theater: Théâtre de la Ville's Staging of Camus' 'State of Siege' at Zellerbach Hall. Categoryin Search of an Author's in 2014. Now Cal Performances has brought them back t
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 2 days ago
in Search of an Author's in 2014. Now Cal Performances has brought them back this weekend with their production of Albert Camus' fourth play, 'State of Siege,' 1948 ('État de siège,' The original meaning closer to 'State of Emergency'),... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
East Bay Arts And Entertainment from The Berkeley Daily Planetin Search of an Author's in 2014. Now Cal Performances has brought them back t
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 2 days ago
in Search of an Author's in 2014. Now Cal Performances has brought them back this weekend with their production of Albert Camus' fourth play, 'State of Siege,' 1948 ('État de siège,' The original meaning closer to 'State of Emergency'),... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota on contemporary relevance of ‘State of Siege’in French, but director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota believes that the play conveys a
The Daily Californian / Posted 4 days ago
in French, but director Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota believes that the play conveys a message that the whole world should hear. Albert Camus’ harrowing 1948 play emphasizes humanity in the face of oppressive governance, which Demarcy-Mota argues is just... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Picks of the week: Music and Halloween-themed events top list of Arts Department’s staff picks21 | Theatre de la Ville’s “State of Siege” From Paris comes the Théâtre de la
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 days ago
21 | Theatre de la Ville’s “State of Siege” From Paris comes the Théâtre de la Ville, a theater troupe bringing to life Albert Camus’ “State of Siege,” which is based around plague, a totalitarian regime and the fear and chaos that overruns... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Tunesday: A Book Lover’s Playlistpoem can be read in full here. “Killing an Arab” by The Cure This early singl
The Daily Californian / Posted 13 days ago
poem can be read in full here. “Killing an Arab” by The Cure This early single by The Cure is blatantly inspired by Albert Camus’“The Stranger,” a book you likely had to read in high school, but also probably loved. “The Stranger” follows... Read more
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The Age
The teachers who shape our livesliterary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the probl
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
literary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times" – Albert Camus' first thought, after his mother, was his old teacher Monsieur Germain. He wrote to him on November 19, 1957:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The teachers who shape our livesliterary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the probl
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
literary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times" – Albert Camus' first thought, after his mother, was his old teacher Monsieur Germain. He wrote to him on November 19, 1957:... Read more
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asianage
Find out about the controversy, fame and flops for Nobel Literature PrizeAmericans William Faulkner (1949), Ernest Hemingway (1954) and John Steinbeck (
asianage / Posted 19 days ago
Americans William Faulkner (1949), Ernest Hemingway (1954) and John Steinbeck (1962) and France's Andre Gide (1947) and Albert Camus (1957). Other big-name winners are Rudyard Kipling (1907), Samuel Beckett (1969) and Gabriel Garcia Marquez... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Here are the controversy, fame and flops for Nobel Literature PrizeAmericans William Faulkner (1949), Ernest Hemingway (1954) and John Steinbeck (
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
Americans William Faulkner (1949), Ernest Hemingway (1954) and John Steinbeck (1962) and France's Andre Gide (1947) and Albert Camus (1957). Other big-name winners are Rudyard Kipling (1907), Samuel Beckett (1969) and Gabriel Garcia Marquez... Read more
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The Hindu
Literature Nobel controversies: From Sartre’s refusal to Dylan’s silenceAmericans William Faulkner (1949), Ernest Hemingway (1954) and John Steinbeck (
The Hindu / Posted 19 days ago
Americans William Faulkner (1949), Ernest Hemingway (1954) and John Steinbeck (1962) and France’s Andre Gide (1947) and Albert Camus (1957). Other big-name winners are Rudyard Kipling (1907), Samuel Beckett (1969) and Gabriel Garcia Marquez... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Rockets GM Daryl Morey's latest project? A basketball musicalversion of the 2004 presidential debate between John Kerry and George W. Bush,
Houston Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
version of the 2004 presidential debate between John Kerry and George W. Bush, but filtered with the dark perspective of Albert Camus' "The Stranger." "Small Ball" represents a rare collision of two worlds -- between a high-profile GM of an NBA... Read more
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The Irish Times
The ‘beat winter’ strategy: Keep your distance from the fridge“In the depth of winter,” Albert Camus once observed, “I finally learned that t
The Irish Times / Posted 21 days ago
“In the depth of winter,” Albert Camus once observed, “I finally learned that there was, in me, an invincible summer.” The grey, wet and cold depths of winter will soon be sinking its teeth into the “land of eternal winter” – Hibernia – but for all... Read more
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The Irish Times
Winter is coming: don’t make it game of frowns“In the depth of winter,” Albert Camus once observed, “I finally learned that t
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
“In the depth of winter,” Albert Camus once observed, “I finally learned that there was, in me, an invincible summer.” The grey, wet and cold depths of winter will soon be sinking its teeth into the “land of eternal winter” – Hibernia – but for all... Read more
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dna
International Coffee Day 2017: Top 10 quotes about coffee that will make you crave a cuppaCoffee: the favourite drink of the civilized world. - Thomas Jefferson 9) Shou
dna / Posted 22 days ago
Coffee: the favourite drink of the civilized world. - Thomas Jefferson 9) Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee? - Albert Camus 10) The powers of a man's mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee he drinks. - James... Read more
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asianage
Pak nurtured the seed of nihilismimpersonality of a force of nature, descending upon them as a cyclone or tsunam
asianage / Posted 24 days ago
impersonality of a force of nature, descending upon them as a cyclone or tsunami might have. The Algerian-born philosopher Albert Camus understood the mindset well. In his work The Rebel, he suggests that the seed exists in all of us. As I’ve... Read more
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express
Autumn: With the seasons changing here are ten autumnal factsFacebook profiles change their status to “In a relationship” or “Engaged”. 9.
express / Posted 29 days ago
Facebook profiles change their status to “In a relationship” or “Engaged”. 9. “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” (Albert Camus). 10. Research in Sweden in 2011 showed that women lose more hairs during autumn.Related ar... Read more
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Boston Globe
At 70, rock star Patti Smith devotes herself to writingman. It’s a fable that in style and substance feels very European and owes much
Boston Globe / Posted a month ago
man. It’s a fable that in style and substance feels very European and owes much to Smith’s literary idols, writers like Albert Camus and Jean Genet. Whatever anyone thinks of it — The Washington Post called it “weak sauce . . . folktale... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Same-sex marriage argument shows our political debate is captured by the fringeseeking to yell "STOP!" at a rapidly advancing world. Far from it. Craiutu beg
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
seeking to yell "STOP!" at a rapidly advancing world. Far from it. Craiutu begins his book with a quote from the writer Albert Camus: "Our world does not need tepid souls. It needs burning hearts, men who know the proper place of... Read more

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