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       Albert Camus was born in Algeria in 1913. He studied philosophy and became a journalist. Although he moved to Paris, he was always strongly associated with Algeria. His classic existentialist novel The Outsider was published in 1942 and he was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1957.


BIBILIOGRAPHY

Novels

The Outsider (1942) aka The Stranger

The Plague (1947)

The Fall (1957)

Exile and the Kingdom (1958)

The Just (1960)

Summer (1968)

A Happy Death (1972)

The Guest (1992)

The First Man (1995)

Plays

Caligula (1942)

Cross Purpose (1944)

State of Siege (1948)

The Just Assassins (1949)

The Possessed (1960)

Non fiction

The Rebel (1953)

The Myth of Sisyphus (1955)

Resistance, Rebellion and Death (1961)

Lyrical and Critical (1967)

Neither Victims Nor Executioners (1968)

Selected Essays and Notebooks (1970)

Youthful Writings (1976)

Cahiers II: Youthful Writings (1977)

Notebooks 1935-1942 (1978)

Correspondance, 1932-1960 (1981)

Selected Political Writings (1981)

American Journals (1987)

Between Hell and Reason (1991)

Notebooks 1942-1951 (1991)

Notebooks 1951-1959 (2008)




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