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Life and Works of Albert Camus

Albert Camus played an important role in the world of literature. He is well-known for his absurdist works like The Stranger (1942) and The Plague (1947). Albert Camus made important contributions to many issues in moral philosophy by revealing these questions in his novels, reviews, and essays. He touched such issues liketerrorism, political violence, and the death penalty. Albert Camus was born on November 7, 1913, in French Algeria. His family didn’t have a lot of money. His father died during World War I. Albert Camus lived with his mother who was quite poor and partially deaf.Camus studied well at school and was admitted to the university. In the university, he studied philosophy. He also played as a goalkeeper for the university football team. In 1930 Camus unfortunately, contracted tuberculosis and after that, he ended his football activities, but the love to football he saved for the rest of his life. He had to try different jobs to earn some money. In 1936, he got undergraduate and graduate degrees in philosophy.During his studying in the university, Camus was quite political and was a member of a few political parties. He wanted to stop French colonization and wanted the empowerment of Algerians in politics and labor.At the age of 25, Camus arrived in France. During World War II, he joined the resistance movement during the occupation and after the liberation was a columnist for a newspaper. However, in 1947 Camus left political journalism. At that time, he wrote many different essays and was quite active in the theater as playwright and producer. The main philosophical contribution of Camus’ works is absurdism. Camus believed that the Absurd is a main characteristic of the modern human condition. At the same time, Camus is often associated with existentialism but he rejected this label. There are some elements of existentialism and absurdism in his most popular works. The main characters of The Stranger (1942) and The Plague (1947) are also the absurdity of social and cultural orthodoxies, with awful results. Because of his three novels and some essays, he became quite popular all around the world. Camus brought some fresh air to French literature. Albert Camus became the Nobel laureate in 1957. Unfortunately, Camus died in the car crash in 1960, in France. Camus wrote his works in a brilliant style and was a really fantastic philosopher and writer.

Albert Camus played an important role in the world of literature. He is well-known for his absurdist works like The Stranger (1942) and The Plague (1947). Albert Camus made important contributions to many issues in moral philosophy by revealing these questions in his novels, reviews, and essays. He touched such issues liketerrorism, political violence, and the death penalty.

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