Invincible Summer – Albert Camus

In the depths of winter I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer – Albert Camus; The Stranger

Heroism isn’t much… happiness is more difficult – Letters to a German friend

Before the terrifying prospects now available to humanity, we see even more clearly that peace is the only goal worth struggling for. This is no longer a prayer but a demand to be made by all peoples to their governments – a demand to choose definitively between hell and reason – Combat, August 8, 1945

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The Almond Trees by Albert Camus


Albert Camus: The Human Crisis (March 28, 1946) ‘No cause justifies the murder of innocents’


Sam Dresser: How Camus and Sartre split up over the question of how to be free


Anu Kumar – The stories behind the story of Albert Camus’s ‘The Stranger’


Book review: Albert Camus‘ ‘Algerian Chronicles’ // PDF of ‘Reflections on the Guillotine’


Book Review: Albert Camus, the Guillotine’s Relentless Foe


Why is Albert Camus Still a Stranger in His Native Algeria?


Book review: Albert Camus’s dispatches on the Algerian crisis

Download a copy of Camus’ famous essay: Reflections on the Guillotine

The search for new time – Ahimsa in an age of permanent war

Satyagraha – An answer to modern nihilism