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Albert Camus (1913-60) grew up in a working-class neighbourhood in Algiers. He studied philosophy at the University of Algiers, and became a journalist. His most important works include The Outsider, The Myth of Sisyphus, The Plague and The Fall. After the occupation of France by the Germans in 1941, Camus became one of the intellectual leaders of the Resistance movement. He was killed in a road accident, and his last unfinished novel, The First Man, appeared posthumously.

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Travels in the Americas: Notes and Impressions of a New World
Albert Camus’s lively journals from his eventful visits to the United States and South America in th...
€24.40 -10%
Speaking Out: Lectures and Speeches 1937-58
A new collection of Albert Camus' most brilliant speeches and lectures'Freedom is dangerous, as hard...
€15.40 -10%
Reflections on the Guillotine (Penguin Great Ideas)
'When silence or tricks of language contribute to maintaining an abuse that must be reformed or a su...
Personal Writing
'It was the discovery of the essays celebrating his childhood and youth that altered my perception o...
€15.40 -10%
Committed Writing
'To create today means to create dangerously'This new collection contains some of Camus' most brilli...
€15.40 -10%
Algerian Chronicles
More than fifty years after Algerian independence, Albert Camus’ Algerian Chronicles appears here in...
€18.81 -10%


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