Albert Camus Thought That Life Is Meaningless April 26, 1946: Nicola Chiaramonte Reviews 'The Stranger' Literature News, Camus Thoughts, Meaningless April, Book Book Reviews, Chiaramonte Reviews, Albert Camus, April 26, Nicolas Chiaramonte
Perhaps the first autobiography ever written in English, this book contains the life story of the female mystic, Margery Kempe, who lived from c. 1373 to c. 1440. It survives in only one known manuscript, written at about the time of her death, owned by the Butler Bowden family. When Colonel W. Butler Bowden was looking for a bat in a cupboard he came across a pile of old books, and threatened to put the whole lot on the bonfire. A friend advised him to have them checked by an expert and Hope Emily Allen identified one as the ‘Book of Margery Kempe’, previously known only from excerpts printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 1501, and by Henry Pepwell in 1521 (where the author is described as ‘a devoute ancres’). A true miracle!
THE LIFE OF THE ARTIST: A MIMODRAMA IN TWO PARTS POSTED BY ALBERT CAMUS
"Mother/Mommy/Mom/Maman died today." The first line of Albert Camus' The Stranger and the problems of translation. Ryan Bloom writes in the New Yorker.
Deborah Solomon, "American Mirror: The Life and Art of Norman Rockwell," 2013. | Totally got this for my birthday from Emma Corrigan ! Thanks man!