In the library with
Abd Al Malik
Musician and writer Abd Al Malik mentions the way reading led him to writing, the intimate relationship he has with Albert Camus’ work and the quest for cohesion as a society through books. He also evokes the musicality of literature and his taste for poetry.
Charles Baudelaire, Les Fleurs Du Mal, 1857
Charles Baudelaire, The Flowers of Evil, translated by James McGowan © Oxford University Press, 2008.
Charles Baudelaire, Les Fleurs Du Mal, “L'invitation au voyage”, 1857.
Charles Baudelaire, The Flowers of Evil, translated by James McGowan © Oxford University Press, 2008
Albert Camus, L’Etranger, © Le Livre de poche, 1953.
Albert Camus, The Stranger, Translated by Matthew Ward, © Penguin, 1993.
Albert Camus, L'Envers et l'Endroit, © Éditions Gallimard, 1958.
Albert Camus, The Wrong Side and the Right Side, in Personal Writings, Translated by Ellen Conroy Kennedy and Justin O’Brien (Penguin, 2020).
Born Without Meaning, oil on linen by Stuart Möller
© 2022 Théâtre du Châtelet.
Albert Camus, Les Justes, © Éditions Gallimard, 1950.
Albert Camus, The Just, Translated by Bobby Theodore, © Bobby Theodore, 2017, Talonbooks Vancouver, B.C
Albert Camus, Discours de Suède, © Éditions Gallimard, 1958.
Albert Camus, Swedish Speech, in Speaking Out, Translated by Quintin Hoare (Penguin, 2021).
Al-Niffari, Le livre des extases, © Société d’édition Les Belles Lettres, 2017.