...The Algerian-French writer Albert Camus is commonly recognized as one of the main representatives of the twentieth-century existentialist movement, whose concern with the meaning of human existence after the Death of God continues...
...Early life, education, and literary discoveries Best known as a literary theorist and proponent of “feminine writing” in the English-speaking world, and as a playwright, essayist, and author of experimental fiction in France, Hélène Cixous...
...Born on June 10, 1940, in Algiers, Algeria Jacques Rancière moved to Marseille, France, with his mother at the age of two, never having met his father, who was killed in combat in the Second World War, in the same year of Rancière’s birth...
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