The Stranger by Albert Camus Albert Camus' cultures consist of being a novelist, literature and short story writer of many books. He wrote an essay on the state of Muslims in Algeria, causing him to lose his job and he moved to Paris. Albert Camus also joined the French resistance against the Nazis and became an editor of "Combat", an underground newspaper. He was dissatisfied with the editorial of the Board and left the underground newspaper. Albert Camus is a on of a working-class family, He was born in Algeria in 1913, in an extreme poverty area.
Albert Camus was a French-Algerian journalist, playwright, novelist and writer of philosophical essays. He was not a philosopher by profession; however through his many literary works he made important contributions to a wide range of philosophical issues. He was born on Nov 7, 1913 in small village called Mondovi in the northeast region of French Algeria. After his father’s world war one death, Camus lived with his partially deaf and mentally impaired mother and his brother in a three room apartment, enduring the conditions of a harsh poverty. Later in life he attended the University Of Algiers and majored in Philosophy, at age 25 he moved to France.
His mother was of Spanish descent and was half-deaf. His father Lucien, a poor agricultural worker, died in the Battle of the Marne in 1914 during World War I. In 1923, Camus was accepted into the University of Algiers. Camus joined the French Communist Party in the spring of 1935, because he wanted to fight inequalities between Europeans and natives in Algeria. Although he did not suggest he was a Marxist, but as he said "we might see communism as a springboard and asceticism that prepares the ground for more spiritual activities.
As a result, he lost his chair in 1823 (or, as the university officially declared, it was "very glad to allow this interesting scientist to take a rest from heavy teaching duties, in order to be able to give better attention to his researches") Eventually, King Charles Albert granted a Constitution (Statuto Albertino) in 1848. Well before this, Avogadro had been recalled to the university in Turin in 1833, where he taught for another twenty years. Little is known about Avogadro's private life, which appears to have been sober and religious. He married Felicita Mazzé and had six children. Some historians suggest that he sponsored some Sardinian revolutionaries, who were stopped by the announcement of Charles Albert's constitution.
Author Profile: Leo Tolstoy Name: Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy aka Leo Tolstoy Birth: September 09, 1828 / TulaProvince (Yasnaya Polyana), Russia Death: November 20, 1910 / Astapovo, Russia Education: University of Kazan Leo Tolstoy was a Russian writer born in Yasnaya Polyana on September 9, 1828. He experienced great tragedy in his childhood with the death of his parents and guardians. He went through a lot of misfortunes in his early years and this was reflected in his writing (Biography Channel). After dropping college with an uncompleted degree, he tried to work as a farmer on his family’s land, which also proved to be a failure. Despite his lack of focus on his job, he kept a journal of his life.
Analysis of The Stranger Albert Camus is a French Nobel Prize winner. He was born in Algeria on November 7, 1913. He grew up fatherless, because his father died when he was just a baby, during World War I and was then brought up by a deaf mother. His mother had little money and was unenjoyable company to be around. Albert kept himself occupied with this schooling, extracurricular activities, and work that he needed to help support the family.
He left in 1919, having seen active front-line service in France and having narrowly escaped being killed when a German shell exploded three yards away from him and having been a victim of a gas-attack. In “An Inspector Calls”, Priestley uses a lot of his political views in the Inspectors speeches by using him as a kind of a mouthpiece for his socialism. The play was written in 1946; however it was set in 1912, just before the outbreak of WWI. This was a new era when people were no longer willing to accept the poverty or the class system that had gone before. Priestley strongly believed that everyone had some responsibility for others in society and not just their own welfare.
C. Kerouac becomes associated with Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, and William S. Burroughs at Columbia University. All are central characters in On the Road and Kerouac’s life. D. Leo Kerouac, Jack’s father, passes away. Jack writes The Town and the City, and he feels he lost too much to editors. II.
Le Clézio was born in the Riviera city of Nice to a French Mauritian doctor and a French Mauritian mother. His ancestors emigrated from Brittany to the île Maurice—today's Mauritius—in the 18th century. During World War II, the family was separated, his father being unable to join his wife and children in Nice. Le Clézio moved with his family at age 8 to Nigeria where his father served as a surgeon in the British army. After studying at Bristol University from 1958 to 1959, he finished his undergraduate degree at Nice's Institut d’etudes Litteraires.
Luo lit a cigarette and smoked quietly, like a man.” “This was our first taste of re-education.” “It was in early 1971 that we arrived at that village in a lost corner of the mountains…” “It was hard to see how the two of us could possibly qualify as intellectuals.” “I am not exaggerating when I say that Luo was the best friend I ever had.” “ ‘We’ll note down everyone who denounced my father, or beats him,’ he said. ‘That way we can take our revenge when we’re older.’ ” “A great slab of cement hung round his neck from a wire so deeply embedded in his skin as to be invisible. Written on the slab were his name and crime: REACTIONARY.” – Luo’s dad – brutality and injustice. “…. without saying a word, Luo punched me.