The Fall, by Albert Camus, Allen Press (1966)

Albert Camus (1913-1960) was an extremely influential French writer and philosopher. His exploration of the absurd — the conflict between the human need for meaning in life and our general inability to find any — was especially important. His conclusion was essentially that we have no choice but to live with the reality of death and the absurd. This is especially explored in his The Myth of Sisyphus as well as in The Stranger. He … Continue reading The Fall, by Albert Camus, Allen Press (1966)

Allen Press, of Lewis and Dorothy Allen

{Ed Note:  The following article is another contribution by reader DlphcOracl. Initially written as a comment to a previous post concerning Foolscap Press, DlphcOracl was kind enough to expand on that with photographs and colophon information.  The photos sent to me had spectacular resolution; hopefully the quality still comes through the importing, compression and posting process.} {Ed Note II, 9/22/2011:  Information and photographs of Edgar Allan … Continue reading Allen Press, of Lewis and Dorothy Allen