The Plague

Existentialism on Main Street: The Rock & Roll Philosophy of Albert Camus

Chris Price | Posted 04.03.2013 | Home
Chris Price

On 4 January 1960 Albert Camus, the writer, absurdist philosopher and beloved intellectual pin-up of post-war France, was returning to Paris from his home in Provence after the Christmas holiday. Just short of his destination, the Facel Vega in which he was a passenger skidded off the road and concertinaed into a tree, killing him instantly.

Plague Victim Lives... But Loses Fingers And Toes (PICTURES)

The Huffington Post UK | Charlie Lindlar | Posted 18.07.2012 | UK

An American man who was inches from death after contracting the bubonic plague from a stray cat will survive, but at the expense of his fingers and to...