CAMUS


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CAMUSComputer Applications for Manufacturing User Society
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Les voir, les toucher, les humer, les gouter et les ecouter, cela permettra a Camus de se reconstruire et se realiser : [beaucoup moins que] Enfonce parmi les odeurs sauvages et les concerts d'insectes somnolents, j'ouvre les yeux et mon coeur a la grandeur insoutenables de ce ciel gorge de chaleur.
Voulant se rapprocher autant que possible de Camus, de son travail et de son etat d'esprit lors qu'il redigeat son roman, elle se lance alors un defit [beaucoup moins que] Pourrais-je lire L'etranger comme si je le decouvrais pour la premiere fois [beaucoup plus grand que], confie-t-elle.
'With all (due) respect Sir Senator, hope you can give compensation to the Camus Girls,' Tuna said in the post.
Camus was reluctant to speak publicly about himself and his family background, and always "protected his people and his private life" (Todd 13; my translation).
Camus, the 46-year-old renaissance man of post-war French literature, was killed outright; Gallimard, whose uncle Gaston had published Camus' name-making novel L'Etranger (The Outsider) in 1942, died of his injuries a few days later.
Yet Camus (who died when Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison were still touring as Johnny and the Moondogs) could not possibly have anticipated two trends since his death which make the delineation of the ontology of the Event a necessary exercise for any academic textbook following up and reporting on Camus in 2016.
The scam has claimed victims in almost every state, Camus said.