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Bibliotheque Medicis - Albert Camus

Emission Bibliotheque Médicis du 15/01/2012 présentée par Jean-Pierre Elkabbach sur Public-Sénat.

Trois invités nous livrent « leur Camus » : Catherine Camus, sa fille (les 19 premières minutes de l'émission), ainsi que Jean Daniel et Robert Gallimard, ses amis.

Hommage de Michel Onfray à Albert Camus

Emission La Grande Librairie présentée par Francois Busnel sur France 5.

Michel Onfray présente son livre sur Albert Camus qui a fait beaucoup de bruits "L'ordre libertaire. La vie philosophique d'Albert Camus".

Abd Al Malik rencontre Camus, avec l'orchestre national d'Ile-de-France

En français avec sous-titres anglais

Camus vs. Sartre

This documentary is about the battle between these two great writer/philosophers after WWII in Paris over Camus' book The Rebel. What was once a friendship had now turn sour. After the war, Camus began frequenting the Café de Flore on the Boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris with Sartre and others. He also toured the United States to lecture about French thought. Although he leaned left, politically, his strong criticisms of Communist doctrine did not win him any friends in the Communist parties and eventually alienated Sartre. In 1949 his TB returned and Camus lived in seclusion for two years. In 1951 he published The Rebel, a philosophical analysis of rebellion and revolution which expressed his rejection of communism. Upsetting many of his colleagues and contemporaries in France, the book brought about the final split with Sartre. (Music by Satie)


Camus and the Stranger (BBC documentary)

The title character of Camus' first novel is Meursault, an Algerian ("a citizen of France domiciled in North Africa, a man of the Mediterranean, an homme du midi yet one who hardly partakes of the traditional Mediterranean culture") who seemingly irrationally kills an Arab man whom he recognises in French Algiers. The story is divided into two parts: Meursault's first-person narrative view before and after the murder, respectively.

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