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Existentialism -- from Literary Movements for Students
Article from Literary Movements for Students. Includes information on representative authors and works, themes, style, historical context, and criticism.
Existentialism: Was Existentialism the Expression of a Generally Held Sense of Displacement due to the Chaotic Conditions of Twentieth-Century European Life?
Interesting Pro/Con article. Includes partial text of The Night of Truth, an article written by Camus for the Paris daily newspaper, Combat.
Sartre and Camus Give Dramatic Voice to Existential Philosophy, 1940-1950
Information About the Author
Albert Camus -- From The Gale Contextual Encyclopedia of World Literature
Existential hero: on the centenary of his birth, Algerian-born novelist and philosopher Albert Camus is still a stranger in his native land
Algerian Dilemma; Reflections from Camus in his centennial year
The Stranger -- Criticism and Context
The Stranger -- from Novels for Students
LOST IN TRANSLATION: WHAT THE FIRST LINE OF “THE STRANGER” SHOULD BE
Paris -- WWII and Post War
The horror and the pity: Nazis and Parisians -- Brief article
Post-war feuds and dilemmas -- A review of a book about Camus' reporting for COMBAT
France -- in Europe Since 1914
Europe Under Occupation
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