>professor pronounces 'Foucault' as 'Foo-coh' instead of 'Foe-callt'
One of my professors recommended Camus to us and held that The Stranger is his favorite book. Sure his taste may not be enough to consider him an aristocrat, but I had not heard of Camus prior to then and got into him through The Fall. If your tastes are more refined than your professor's, keep in mind that there are hundreds of others that may benefit from his mediocre tastes if only through recommendations provided.
Albegh Camee, but you have to pronounce the "ee" to almost make it sound like an "oo".
Like, right in the middle.
But since that phoneme is pretty french, Camee or Camoo are accepted. Just don't say Kay-Moos or Kah-Moos.
>entire class gets weirded out by Freud's sexual growth ideas
>professor(ess) apologizes that some people might find his ideas offensive
>Not pronouncing it "Neet-chshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh"
Not sure if that went way over your head or not
>professor pronounces it 'shawl bo-duh-lair'
>professor pronounces it 'ruh-bear-toe buh-lawn-yo'
>professor pronounces it 'aleks-zon doo-maw'
>professor pronounces it 'lood-vig vit-gen-shtein'
>professor pronounces it 'her-mun hess-suh'
>professor pronounces it 'kawnt'
>professor pronounces it 'rab-ill-ay'
>professor pronounces it 'frawnz kawfkuh'
>professor pronounces it 'gawtt-freed vill-helm lie-bnits'
>professor pronounces it 'dub-bill-you ee bee doo-boyz'
>pronounces it The Ah-Knee-Eye-Add
>this will never happen to you
wake me up
>The Stranger newer translations say "cries of hate" instead of "howls of execration"