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Camus, Albert, 1913-1960


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  • Variants

    • Kami︠u︡, Alʹber, 1913-1960
    • Kʻa-mu, 1913-1960
    • Kamu, 1913-1960
    • Chia-mou, 1913-1960
    • Jiamou, 1913-1960
    • Chia-miu, 1913-1960
    • Jiamiu, 1913-1960
    • Kʻa-miu, 1913-1960
    • Kamiu, 1913-1960
    • Albīr Kāmī, 1913-1960
    • Kāmī, Albīr, 1913-1960
    • Kāmū, Albīr, 1913-1960
    • Ḳami, Alber, 1913-1960
    • Kamy, Albert, 1913-1960
    • Kāmyu, Ālper, 1913-1960
    • Kāmyu, Ālpark, 1913-1960
    • Mathe, Albert, 1913-1960
    • Bauchart, 1913-1960
    • Saetone, 1913-1960
    • קאמי, אלבר, 1913־1960
    • كامو، البير، 1913-1960
    • كامي، ألبير
    • کامو، البرت، 1913-1960
    • کامو، آلبر
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1913-11-07
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1960-01-04
    • Descriptor

        French
    • Descriptor

        Nobel Prize winners
    • Birth Place

        Dréan (Algeria)
    • Death Place

        Villeblevin (France)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Algeria
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) France
    • Gender

        Males
    • Associated Language

        fre
    • Field of Activity

    • Occupation

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  • Sources

    • found: The stranger, 1946.
    • found: Kʻa-miu ti huang miu che hsüeh, 1989.
    • found: Alber Ḳami ṿeha-filosofyah shel ha-absurd, 2000.
    • found: Mbretëria dhe mërgimi, 2002:t.p. (Albert Kamy)
    • found: Amerikkāvil Ālper Kāmyu, 200-?
    • found: Niyāyavātikaḷ, 2002:t.p. (Ālpark Kāmyu)
    • found: Gale Literature Resource Center WWW Site, 5 Aug. 2008:French authors page (variant names: Mathe, Albert; Bauchart; Saetone)
    • found: Wikipedia, Nov. 20, 2013(Albert Camus; born 7 November 1913 in Dréan, El Taref, French Algeria; died 4 January 1960 in Villeblevin, Yvonne, Burgundy, France; Nobel Prize winning author, journalist, and philosopher. His views contributed to the rise of the philosophy known as absurdism. He wrote in his essay "The Rebel" that his whole life was devoted to opposing the philosophy of nihilism while still delving deeply into individual freedom)
    • found: Suqūṭ, 1974:t.p. (آلبر کامو = Ālbir Kāmū) t.p. verso (Albert Camus [in rom.])
  • LC Classification

    • PQ2605.A3734
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-07-31: new
    • 2020-12-10: revised
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