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Ce flou, plus enigme que mensonge, a sans doute seduit Camus, et la question de savoir qui parle dans La Chute ne suppose pas une reponse simple (celle de deux interlocuteurs).
A vrai dire, en cette epoque (entre les deux guerres mondiales), l'esprit etait, bien entendu, tragique, car selon Camus, [beaucoup moins que]ce monde en lui-meme n'est pas raisonnable, c'est tout ce qu'on peut en dire.
Nuestra premisa fundamental es que Camus no fue un activista de la noviolencia ni un pacifista ni un promotor de la violencia.
Camus said the story portrayed the main character's "zealotry, loss of control, and violent destruction of both personal and national-cultural identity" (David Carroll, Albert Camus the Algerian, NY: Columbia University Press, 2007,122).
In the second cycle (The Plague, The Rebel, State of Siege and The Just Assassins), the issue of rebellion takes center stage as Camus turns to what Srigley views as a choice between the ancients and the moderns: "[Camus] wants to distinguish between ancient attempts to find meaning in history that emphasize recurrent forms and patterns and Christian and modern accounts of history in which the course of events is understood to be 'strictly unique' and in which that uniqueness is carried to its final term in the notion of an absolutely unprecedented apocalyptic kingdom" (64).
Camus died at the age of 46 when travelling on an icy road in the car of his publisher Michel Gallimard which ploughed into a tree.
There is a moment in the essay Summer in Algiers when Camus describes lyrically a certain type of embodied encounter with the sea: 'In Algiers no one says "go for a swim" but rather "indulge in a swim".
Last night Camus had fled his pounds 650,000 flat in Kensington, West London, to his home city of Paris.
Sessler shows how, in their early works The Myth of Sisyphus and On Escape, Camus and Levinas develop this aporia as inescapable; later, in The Rebel, Plague, and Fall (Camus) and Totality and Infinity (Levinas), they offer the interhuman as the best way to live in the aporia without attempting to escape it.
Meursault is convicted and sentenced to death but, as Camus implies, our protagonist is found "guilty" of socially unacceptable behaviour as exposed by prosecution lawyers.
Brno station, people wouldn't have believed that he was Camus, they
Patrick Hayden, Camus and the Challenge of Political Thought: Between Despair and Hope