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ALBERT CAMUS 18693
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 52 DECEMBER 30, 1981 ALBERT CAMUS THE life-span of Albert Camus, from 1913 to ... ho could not read or write supported her children (Albert and his brother Lucien) by housecleaning. Througho ... spoke. His biographer, Herbert Lottman, relates in Albert Camus (Braziller, 1980) that "he could also go off ... lsehood. . . . In this age, where hangmen triumph, Camus, or perhaps we should say the flesh-and-blood Camus ... cade of this century by the British scientist, Sir Albert Howard. In the years since a handful of others hav ...
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FARTHER THAN MOST 16514
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 17 APRIL 23, 1975 FARTHER THAN MOST FEW writers have faced the problem of kno ... wledge with the courage and tenacity of Albert Camus. He recognized that the supreme human qualit ... e pregnancy of his prose. The chief reason we read Camus, it seems, is that he seeks no plausible escape. He ... of judgment. He is saying: If you think highly of Camus, you ought to ask yourself why, since, if you read ...
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FARTHER THAN MOST 16514
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 17 APRIL 23, 1975 FARTHER THAN MOST FEW writers have faced the problem of kno ... wledge with the courage and tenacity of Albert Camus. He recognized that the supreme human qualit ... e pregnancy of his prose. The chief reason we read Camus, it seems, is that he seeks no plausible escape. He ... of judgment. He is saying: If you think highly of Camus, you ought to ask yourself why, since, if you read ...
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Untitled Document 16382
Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 1 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a t ... from the forest" in Children, "Touring Cape Code" Albert Camus XX:14 Review Albert, David XXXIV:20 His Tell ... ted in Review, "About Iran – Some Current History" Albert, David H. XLI:8 Quoted on Tolstoy's challenge in R ...
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ANGER WITHOUT AN OBJECT 14316
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 44 OCTOBER 30, 1957 ANGER WITHOUT AN OBJECT HISTORY is commonly written about the ... uld manifest in the United States, but having read Albert Camus' The Rebel (Vintage, 1956), we are overtaken ... book which made this feeling inescapable, and now, Camus, with a power of sustained philosophical reasoning ... hristianity." We may agree, provisionally, with M. Camus, since he writes almost entirely in a context of We ...
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OUR NORMAL CONDITION? 13836
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 51 DECEMBER 23, 1987 OUR NORMAL CONDITION? IS there now a "human crisis"? Numerou ... hed by Dorothy Norman, which has in it an essay by Albert Camus, "The Human Crisis," a talk he gave in the U ... ion of crimes which disfigure contemporary Europe. Albert Camus was born in Algeria in 1913 and died in 1960 ... (1971), has in it several splendid photographs of Camus, some of them showing the quiet smile of which many ...
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THE MEASURE OF PROGRESS 13524
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 14 APRIL 5, 1967 THE MEASURE OF PROGRESS IF there really were some other planet t ... ht, but because of the way he reaches them. REVIEW ALBERT CAMUS WHY, after reading a little of Albert Camus, ... to announce some final, resolving truth. One reads Camus, and goes on reading him, because he shows that it ... f an age, making sacrifices seem futile no longer. Camus, who admitted to being a pessimist, gives courage t ...
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THE POWER OF WORDS 13124
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 11, 1987 THE POWER OF WORDS THESE are days of great need felt by ruler ... great persuasive strength. It is the long essay by Albert Camus, Neither Victims Nor Executioners, first pub ... sary, before they are done, to raise their voices. Camus, be it noted, says little about the acts of evil me ... topian— beyond or outside of human experience. For Camus, it is, rather, the justification or rationalizatio ...
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RESONANCES OF MIND 13067
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 13, 1971 RESONANCES OF MIND IN a book devoted to the religio-philoso ... CHILDREN . . . and Ourselves FOR THE LIBRARY SINCE Albert Camus and the Men of the Stone (San Francisco: Gre ... multitude. . . . In this age when hangmen triumph, Camus, or perhaps we should say the flesh-and-blood Camus ...
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LAMENT FOR THE BUSINESSMAN 12997
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 27, 1954 LAMENT FOR THE BUSINESSMAN FOR a number of years after 1929, ... edition of The Stranger, the first novel (1942) of Albert Camus, the French existentialist, says that "it is ...
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