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The Unlikely Barrèsian Inheritance of Albert Camus
This essay examines the considerable intellectual debt left-wing Albert Camus owed to one of the most unlikely of sources: far-right intellectual Maurice Barres. Before achieving fame in France as anExpand
Transnational Fields of Cultural Production
CAMUS AND THE THEATRE OF TERROR: ARTAUDIAN DRAMATURGY AND SETTLER SOCIETY IN THE WORKS OF ALBERT CAMUS*
This essay examines Albert Camus's considerable debt to Antonin Artaud. Camus was not only a dramatist, but he also employed dramaturgical techniques in his more famous fiction and essays. In thisExpand
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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates
Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi) 28 February 2012: Brian M. Abdo, Christopher Steven Bare, Joel Jason Barham, Steven Tyler Bentley, Taylor Elizabeth Berrier, Paul Adam Borowicz, BrandiExpand