About the Talk - ALBERT CAMUS (1913 – 1960) was an extremely influential writer, philosopher, essayist, pacifist, and humanist. He was deeply affected by both the great wars of the 20th century. His writings deeply influenced the youth of his day and those writings continue to play a major role even today, 60 years after his death. He was awarded the Nobel prize in literature for his deep works when he was still young. He is known for the philosophy of the absurd, which is the basis for a number of his novels and essays. He was a simple and humble man who rose from poverty in colonies to become a force to reckon in the mainland.
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