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One of my favorite books. I have read it several times. It never gets old
Albert Camus 1954
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Albert Camus (7 de noviembre de 1913, Dréan, Argelia - 4 de enero de 1960, Villeblevin, Francia) Fue un novelista, ensayista, dramaturgo, filósofo y periodista francés nacido en Argelia. En su variada obra desarrolló un pensamiento fundado en la conciencia del absurdo de la condición humana. Obras: Calígula, Los justos, El malentendido, El estado de sitio.
Albert Camus 1954 - "The purpose of a writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself."
Albert Camus 1954 always thought of him as an existentialist, he did see himself as one
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The Fame Game! By Lauren Conrad. Find out what happens to Madison Parker after the L.A. Candy reality tv series. :)
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The Fame Game - Lauren Conrad 5th book... Sweet... I have read most of her stuff.
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Beach reading essential. One of my mother's favorite books... I can still see it lying on the back of the sofa open waiting for her to pick it back up again.
This is THE Book definitely worth reading *****Publication Date: 1966**** "This is a world where sex is a success weapon, where love is the smiling mask of hate, where slipping youth and fading beauty are ever-present specters. It is a world where the magic tickets to peace or oblivion are 'dolls' - the insider's word for pills - pep pills, sleeping pills, ...and pills to chase the truth away." .. one of my favorites that I reread a few times!
Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls. The "adult" book we all read in high school.
Valley of the Dolls, how shocking this book and the movie were at the time.
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+ Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann 1970's housewife's escapism.
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Albert Camus - The Fall
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I really like this penguin book cover it is a really simple book cover but the use of type makes and the falling man as the 'a' in the title "the fall"
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"some books are meant to be read just like this alone, with the evening, a bowl of fruit ripening, waiting for the reader to grow hungry, but she won't, the book will devour her, and it will soon become morning." - original poetry art by silvi
Beautiful verse on the power of reading over us ... "some books are meant to be read just like this ... alone, with the evening, a bowl of fruit ripening, waiting for the reader to grow hungry, but she won't ... the book will devour her, and it will soon become morning..." ~ verse by silvi
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The Plague - Albert Camus [Murtaja - Albert Kamy]
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The Plague By Albert Camus - The Plague is easily one of the best ten novels ever written. When large numbers of rats come out of the woodwork and commence dying nasty, bloody deaths in the streets and houses, something is definitely wrong. The protagonist, Dr. Rieux, is a doctor who finally helps convince the authorities to take extreme measures
It was tough to not call this my favorite book. It still may be, ask me later. La Peste by Albert Camus.
The Plague - Albert Camus is definitely a book worth reading. I read it years ago & it has stayed with me all this time...
The Plague, Albert Camus. Pinner writes: "When rats come out of the woodwork & commence dying nasty, bloody deaths in the streets & houses, something is definitely wrong. The protagonist, Dr. Rieux, finally helps convince the authorities to take extreme measures. An accurate account of how people respond to the onset of plague &/or disease, waiting in hopes that whatever it is will pass. "
A gripping tale of human unrelieved horror, of survival and resilience, and of the ways in which humankind confronts death, The Plague is at once a masterfully crafted novel, eloquently understated and epic in scope, and a parable of ageless moral resonance, profoundly relevant to our times. In Oran, a coastal town in North Africa, the plague begins as a series of portents...
Before all of our pandemic movies were made, Camus wrote "The Plague", faithful, fractured humans in a visceral confrontation with death. I love the writer who plans to write a great novel but can't seem to move past the first sentence. I so relate. On Springsteen's "Nebraska" album there is a song, "Reason to Believe" that reminds me of this book.
From the back cover: "A gripping tale of unrelieved horror, of survival and resilience, and of the ways in which humankind confronts death. In a coastal town in Algeria the plague begins as a series of portents, unheeded by the people. It gradually becomes an omnipresent reality; obliterating all traces of the past and driving its victims to almost unearthly extremes of suffering, madness and compassion."
The Plague by Albert Camus. Tense, sparse, and meant to be understood on any number of levels, The Plague is an older sibling of the modern apocalyptic novel. Reading like a lost Kafka novel (Camus includes a character who is pictured reading The Trial) it is a hopeless sort of story, not immoral but moral-less, reminding the reader that life is anything but under our control, and that all our preparations, prophylactics, and provisions are ultimately futile. The feel good read of the summer!
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Albert Camus | L'étranger
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A couple of minutes... that's all you need to change the rest of your life. Manuel Payan onto Books Worth Reading
(1942) Albert Camus “L'étranger” - The Outsider or The Stranger is a novel by Albert Camus published in 1942. Its theme and outlook are often cited as exemplars of Camus's philosophy of the absurd and existentialism, though Camus personally rejected the latter label.
Part of my inspiration for learning french is so I could read this text as the author wrote it, not with translation "Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday; I can't be sure. (Aujourd'hui maman est morte. Ou peut-être hier, je ne sais pas.)" --The Stranger (L'Étranger, 1942), Albert Camus
"Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday; I can't be sure. (Aujourd'hui maman est morte. Ou peut-être hier, je ne sais pas.)" --The Stranger (L'Étranger, 1942), Albert Camus
Camus - L'étranger. A couple of minutes... that's all you need to change the rest of your life.
I read Albert Camus' The stranger my junior year of high school. This novel was one of the few books I enjoyed being forced to read in school. The main character is relatable because he is different, and that is why I want this book in my library. He is emotionally indifferent about almost everything, including his mothers death. People find this very strange. The reliability isn't in his lack of emotion but in how people treat him just because he is different.
Reading the great books....one must be a great reader, in order to become a great writer.
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The Fall by Albert Camus, 1956
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Albert Camus. The Fall. Many say his best work. You can't really argue with that - even if you personally believe The Outsider edges it.
"The Fall" by Albert Camus. Part of my teenage Camus obsession. Resistance fighter, goal keeper, cool dude. In this book set in 7 circles of Hell that is amsterdam our Parisian pro-bono lawyer goes through a crisis of conscience. Citing a famous stolen dutch painting 'The Just Judges' the book "espouses a doctrine of relinquished freedom as a method of enduring the suffering imposed on us by virtue of living in a world without objective truth and one that is therefore ultimately meaningless"
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2015 After reading half of this last summer, and then putting it down... I picked it up again and read the whole thing. Great premise, and some interesting challenges. 7: an experimental mutiny against excess Jen Hatmaker
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Jen Hatmaker - 7 An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess (book to read). This explains it beautifully. Life changing. She said in her blog: "...We learned that the easiest place to stay comfortably off-mission is in the western church, where we had been doing a lovely job of serving the saved and ignoring everyone else. ". Wow. That hits home.
Seven. 7. will (could) totally change your perspective, and maybe your life! SO good. 7 An experimental mutiny against excess - Jen Hatmaker
7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess by Jen Hatmaker. A challenging, thought-provoking, laughter-inducing, powerfully good read. If you don't want to change a thing about your life, you shouldn't read this book.
7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess was a very convicting read for me. Jen Hatmaker, along with her husband, kids, and group of friends (all participating in various ways) spent 7 months abstaining from areas of excess. Jen touches on the categories of food, clothes, spending, media, possessions, waste, and stress during the 7 month experiment.
7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess - This is moving to the top of my must read list!
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A Million Little Ways: Uncover the Art You Were Made to Live By Emily P. Freeman
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Have not read but interesting. When decorating I like things simple and that remind me what is important and that speaks to me, lifts me up in our sometimes hard world. Want to get more artsy in many ways. A Million Little Ways: Uncover the Art You Were Made to Live By Emily – Unveiled Wife Online Book Store
A Million Little Ways: Uncover the Art You Were Made to Live: Emily P. Freeman: I. LOVED. This. Book. I will re-read it again and again.
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Gift from the Sea..the first book..the genesis of our book club
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Exile and the Kingdom - Albert Camus.
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Exile and the Kingdom - Albert Camus. Next on my reading list after Jules Verne!
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The Stranger by Albert Camus | 26 Books That Will Change The Way You See The World We all need a little existentialism in our lives. Enter "The Stranger, which will make you question what really matters, in that nothing actually does. In this way, it can free you to stop feeling confined by traditional paths, and start living the way you actually want to."
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Albert Camus, The Fall
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The Fall by Albert Camus. I read it at a bar on the River Walk in San Antonio TX with a group of french people talking behind me. Outside of Amsterdam itself, that was the best setting to read this incredible book.
The Fall explores themes of innocence, imprisonment, non-existence, and truth.
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The Plague - Albert Camus
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"The Plague" - Albert Camus
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