Albert Camus

Destiny Through Existentialist Eyes

 


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Perhaps the most important of immediate post-war French authors, Albert Camus, in his work, outlook and influence, saw the contradictions of the world in terms of destiny and tragedy. Born 1913, he died early in a car accident with his publisher in 1960. John Cairney talks about him and actors read from The Fall.

  • 6.45pm
  • £5 (conc £3)

Where

Calder Bookshop
51 The Cut, London, SE1 8LF
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