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acknowledgetheabsurd · 11 days ago
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“When the throne of God is overturned, the rebel realizes that it is now his own responsibility to create the justice, order, and unity that he sought in vain within his own condition, and in this way to justify the fall of God.”
Albert Camus, The Rebel
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godzilla-reads · 7 months ago
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[FIRST WORDS]
“The unusual events described in this chronicle occurred in 194- at Oran. Everyone agreed that, considering their somewhat extraordinary character, they were out of place there.”
--Albert Camus, The Plague
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vico1925 · 19 days ago
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So Knopf US is publishing a NEW TRANSLATION of Albert Camus’ The Plague in November. The new translation was done by Laura Marris.This is the translation being used in this new reading of the novel: https://publicthings.substack.com/p/interesting-times 
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bibliyophil · 2 months ago
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Albert Camus presented through self-testimony and photo documents by Morvan Lebesque - German edition of 1960 translated by Guido G. Meister
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garadinervi · 10 months ago
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Albert Camus, La Peste, Gallimard, Paris, 1947, Edition of 36
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anamon-book · 7 months ago
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太陽の讃歌 カミュの手帖-1 1935-1942 アルベール・カミュ、高畠正明・訳 新潮社 装幀=麹谷宏
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sleepydrummer · a year ago
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But the heart has its own memory and I have forgotten nothing.                                                     —Albert Camus, from The Fall                                                   
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themaninthegreenshirt · a year ago
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"I didn’t like having to explain to them, so I just shut up, smoked a cigarette, and looked at the sea."
Albert Camus
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Book jacket illustration & design (Unused) for The Outsider by Albert Camus.
Owen Gent
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acknowledgetheabsurd · a month ago
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“On the bridge I passed behind a figure leaning over the railing and seeming to stare at the river. On closer view, I made out a slim young woman dressed in black. Between her dark hair and coat collar could be seen the back of her neck, cool and damp, which stirred me. But I went on, after a moment's hesitation. At the end of the bridge I followed the quay towards Saint-Michel, where I lived. I had already gone some fifty yards when I heard the sound - which, despite the distance. seemed dreadfully loud in the midnight silence - of a body striking the water. I stopped short but without turning round. Almost at once I heard a cry, repeated several times, which was going downstream; then it abruptly ceased. The silence that followed, as the night suddenly stood still, seemed interminable. I wanted to run and yet didn't move an inch.”
- Albert Camus, The Fall
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garadinervi · a year ago
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Albert Camus: Speech of acceptance upon the award of the Nobel prize for literature, December 10, 1957, [Translated by Justin O'Brien], Alfred A. Knopf, New York, NY, 1958 (text English, French) (audio French) [Yale University Library, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven, CT]
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echo-leech · 8 months ago
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SymaG's cover, which I argue is the best cover. I like both his and the original Hatsune Miku version over other Japanese covers
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And here's the English cover that apparently attracted attention to this somewhat obscure song in 2018. Decent cover though
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