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  1. Albert Camus and his Philosophy of the Absurd

    To understand these writings, however, one first must understand the time in which they were written, for "to speak of Albert Camus and his time is to separate two entities that are essentially one." Born November 7, 1913 in Algeria, Albert Camus grew up fatherless and poverty-stricken. His father had died in battle in World War I the year after he was born. Camus was brought up by his mute and illiterate mother, and was never encouraged to read or learn, but in spite of these conditions and his nation's poverty, he always looked upon his youth in Algeria fondly: "Poverty...

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