‘Men die, and they are not happy.’
Caligula in Caligula, by Albert Camus
Camus began writing Caligula in 1938, and it was performed for the first time in 1945. At a time when life was again threatened by war and oppression, the play was generally well received. But now in 2017, Caligula’s words might be outdated; people have begun to think that death is not becoming more familiar, after all. Particularly since Ray Kurzweil, Google’s di...