Who are Camus?

  • (noun): French writer who portrayed the human condition as isolated in an absurd world (1913-1960).
    Synonyms: Albert Camus

Some articles on camus:

Aimée Antoinette Camus
... Aimée Antoinette Camus (1879–1965) was a French botanist ... Camus was the daughter of Edmond Gustave Camus, also a botanist and was born in L'Isle-Adam, about 50 kilometres north of Paris ... Camus published the work "L'Iconographie des Orchidées d´Europe et du Bassin Méditerranéen" ...
Battle Of Barry - Account of Battle
... and the rest from the Thames, both under the command of Camus ... Camus received word that King Malcolm II had brought the Scots army to Dundee and ordered the Danish army to march South, reaching the coast near to Panbride ... Seeing that the battle was lost, Camus fled to the hills, pursued by Robert de Keith (purported ancestor of the Marischals of Scotland), who caught up ...
Camus, County Galway - Notable Citizens
... The Irish language novelist, Colm Ó Ceallaigh ... Sean nós singing sisters, Nóra Ghriallais, Neain Ghriallais Sarah Ghriallais ...
List Of Saint Seiya Episode.G Characters - Protagonists - Gold Saints - Aquarius Camus
... Aquarius Camus (水瓶座(アクエリアス)のカミュ, Akueriasu no Kamyu?) is a stoic and honourable Saint who protects the innocent, be they soldiers of Sanctuary or common ... Camus was first created by Masami Kurumada, but Megumu Okada uses the colour scheme seen in the animated version, having a teal-haired Camus, instead of a red-head like in the Saint ...
Camus (folklore)
... Camus, in historic literature, was a Scandinavian general dispatched to engage the Scots in battle, reportedly in the early eleventh century AD ... The historical nature of Camus and the Battle of Barry was called into doubt in the early nineteenth century ... The Camus Cross near Monikie, 2 miles north of the supposed battle site and formerly thought to be the site of Camus' death, is now thought to be of earlier, Pictish origin ...

Famous quotes containing the word camus:

    How hard, how bitter it is to become a man!
    —Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    The spring over there takes you by the throat, the flowers blooming by the thousands over white walls. If you strolled around for an hour in the hills surrounding my town, you would return with the odor of honey in your clothes.
    —Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    After all, I do not have so many ways of proving that I am free. We is always free at the expense of someone else. It is a bother, but it is normal.
    —Albert Camus (1913–1960)