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Albert Camus Thought That Life Is Meaningless April 26, 1946: Nicola Chiaramonte Reviews 'The Stranger'

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The Life of the Artist: A Mimodrama in Two Parts : The New Yorker

Camus in New York : The New Yorker

Omissions Are Not Accidents

The Razor's Edge by J.M. Coetzee

In To the Letter, Simon Garfield traces the fascinating history of letter writing from the love letter and the business letter to the chain letter and the letter of recommendation. He provides a tender critique of early letter-writing manuals and analyzes celebrated correspondence from Erasmus to Princess Diana.


Joan Didion, author, has MS. The writer, who detailed her diagnosis in "The White Album," told the New York Times she went blind for six weeks due to the disease.

Words on Words: 5 Timelessly Stimulating Books About Language | Brain Pickings

ONLY RECENSIONI TO PLAY WITH: Capitalismo, dialogo e rappresentazione alla deriva: Cosmopolis di Don DeLillo (2003)

What You Should Know About Your Brain

The new yorker: lost in translation: what the first line of "the stranger" should be

The Strange Powers of Norman Mailer

Mexico Is On the Brink of Disaster — And It's Time for the U.S. to Pay Attention - Mic

What 9 World Leaders Were Doing in Their 20s

DEBORAH DEWIT A Thoughtful Life (2001)

How Twitter Users Can Generate Better Ideas | MIT Sloan Management Review

Too Much Praise Promotes Narcissism - Scientific American

Catherine Camus on Her Father, Albert