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Killing an Arab, finding an Arab: Rewriting Camus’ L’Étranger

Ask most people to name the best-known French novel of the twentieth century, and they’d almost certainly come up with Albert Camus’s L’Étranger. Camus was born in Algeria in 1913 and moved to France in 1940, but as his greatest novels… 720 more words


The Stranger

“Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don’t know.”

“I knew that I had shattered the harmony of the day, the exceptional silence of a beach where I’d been happy.

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L’etranger is located in the beautiful area of Gloucester Road; it serves up the unconventional combination of French food with Japanese influence. The setting, ambience, lighting, decor, cutlery and even the serving dishes are all impressive. 528 more words

LKL Foodie Adventures

the stranger: make your own kind of music

Okay, so this week, I decided to challenge myself. My public school years were spent in French immersion, and as a result, I was often assigned to read novels in French. 864 more words


Humour does not travel well -- not even in doing business -- a fact that the net can only alter slowly, if at all

  1. Nothing justifies butchery – ever.
  2. The right to free speech is inseparable from the joy of being alive, and deserves to be treated as very nearly our highest value (after, or on a par with, the right to love as we choose).
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Culture After Gutenberg

Albert Camus L'Etranger - The Stranger

At only 29 Albert Camus wrote and published the most read French novel of the last Century, “L’Etranger“. Its incipit, the first sentence, is the most famous of all French Literature “ 610 more words



For our 3rd wedding anniversary, my husband took me here.
I read a blog and good reputations about this restaurant which made me excited to go there for great dishes. 246 more words