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Albert Camus


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Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Plague
1947. 'La Peste'. An existentialist classic about suffering
1957
   the winner was   
Albert Camus
France, 1913-1960; "for his important literary production which...illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times"
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Stranger
1942. 'L'Étranger', often translated as 'The Outsider'
Albert Camus
   said   
"A Free Press Can, of Course, Be Good or Bad, But, Most Certainly Without Freedom, the Press Will Never Be Anything but Bad"
French writer and a Nobel laureate
Albert Camus
   said   
"A Taste for Truth at Any Cost is a Passion Which Spares Nothing"
French writer and a Nobel laureate
Albert Camus
   said   
"Culture: They Cry of Men in Face of Their Destiny"
French writer and Nobel laureate
Albert Camus
   said   
"All Modern Revolutions Have Ended in a Reinforcement of the Power of the State"
French writer and a Nobel laureate
Albert Camus
   said   
"A Man Without Ethics is a Wild Beast Loosed Upon This World"
French writer and a Nobel laureate
Albert Camus
   said   
"Freedom is Nothing else but a Chance to Be Better"
French writer and a Nobel laureate
Albert Camus
   wrote   
Caligula
First performed, 1945
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Possessed
1959; adapted from the Dostoyevsky novel
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Fall
1956. 'La Chute'
Albert Camus
   wrote   
A Happy Death
'La Mort heureuse' Written 1936-1938, published posthumously 1971
Albert Camus
   said   
"Integrity Has No Need of Rules"
French novelist, essayist and dramatist
Albert Camus
   said   
"The Need to Be Right is the Sign of a Vulgar Mind"
French novelist, essayist and dramatist
Albert Camus
   created the character   
Dr. Bernard Rieux
The Plague
Albert Camus
   created the character   
Jean-Baptiste Clamence
The Fall
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Myth of Sisyphus
1942 "Le Mythe de Sisyphe" A philosophical essay in which Camus introduces his philosophy of the absurd: man's futile search for meaning, unity and clarity in the face of an unintelligible world devoid of God and eternal truths or values.
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Rebel
1951. 'L'Homme Révolté'
Albert Camus
   created the character   
Meursault
The Stranger, 1942
Albert Camus
   created the character   
Jean Tarrou
The Plague, 1947
Albert Camus
   created the character   
Marie Cardona
The Stranger
Mexico City Bar
   was created by   
Albert Camus
Bar in Amsterdam, from "The Fall", English translation, 1957
Municipal Opera House
   was created by   
Albert Camus
Scene where singer dies suddenly on stage, "The Plague", English trans., 1948
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Stranger
1942
Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Plague
1947
Albert Camus
   wrote   
A Happy Death
Published posthumously, 1971
Albert Camus
   was an   
Author
1913-1960.






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