‎“Night of Albert Camus” due in Tehran

Publish Date : Wednesday 15 January 2020 - 14:22
IBNA- The program “Night of Albert Camus” will be held today in Tehran 0n the ‎occasion of the release of the book 'Correspondence 1944–1959’ by the legendary French ‎writer and philosopher in Persian. ‎
According to IBNA correspondent, the program is from a series on art and culture organized by Bukhara Magazine in Tehran considers ‘Correspondence 1944–1959’ (French: Correspondance 1944-1959) published in 2017 which has been translated into Persian by Zahra Khanloo under the title ‘Addressed to Love’ and released by Nashr-e No in Tehran.
The book contains the love letters of the Nobel awarded author Albert Camus and his love, actress Maria Casarès. Casarès handed her letters to Camus daughter, Cathrine Camus. The book was a best-seller in France. Camus humor is evident in the book, accompanied by his despair.
The event will be attended by French ambassador to Tehran Philippe Thiébaud as well as Iranian experts Minou Moshiri, Nasrin Khattat, Javad Farid, Ali Dehbashi and the translator of the work.
A documentary film on the life and career of Camus also will be screened in the program which will be held at the House of Humanities Thinkers in Tehran toda
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