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Noted for his vigorous, concise, and lucid style, Camus soon gained recognition as a major literary figure. His belief that man's condition is absurd identified him with the existentialists (see existentialism), but he denied allegiance to that group; his works express rather a courageous humanism. Other works include the plays L'État de siège (1948, tr. State of Siege, 1958) and Les Justes (1950, tr. The Just Assassins, 1958), journalistic essays, and stories.
Albert Camus (/kæˈmuː/ also US: /kəˈmuː/; French: (listen); 7 November 1913 – 4 January 1960) was a French philosopher, author, and journalist. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature at the age of 44 in 1957, the second-youngest recipient. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature at the age of 44 in 1957, the second-youngest recipient in history. Camus was born in Algeria to French parents. He spent his childhood in a poor neighbourhood and later studied philosophy at the University of Algiers
L'état de siège (Paperback).
by Albert Camus First published 1948. L'état de siège (Paperback). Published September 24th 1998 by Gallimard: Collection Folio théâtre (n° 52). Édition de Pierre-Louis Rey, Paperback, 224 pages. Author(s): Albert Camus.
It appears that much of the French "oh la la" reputation may derive from Ronsard's fondness for roses.
Gallimard, Paris 1948, 12x19cm, broché.
Autograph inscription signed by Albert Camus to Henri Gouhier. Paper yellowed as usual, spine sunned, retaining its advertising slip. Albert CAMUS L'état de siège. Gallimard, Paris 1948, 12x19cm, broché. Autograph inscription signed by Albert Camus to Henri Gouhier.
Albert Camus (1913-1960), Algerian-French novelist, essayist, and playwright, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957
Albert Camus (1913-1960), Algerian-French novelist, essayist, and playwright, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957.
5 - Camus and the theatre . from PART II: - THEMES, PREOCCUPATIONS AND GENRES. By Christine Margerrison. Although Camus's essays and prose fiction had a profound impact on the post-war generation in France and elsewhere, this is less true of his theatrical works, which had mixed success during the author's lifetime. L'Etat de siège, a collaboration with Jean-Louis Barrault, closed after only seventeen performances in 1948 and has rarely been staged since, but Les Justes was well-received in 1949, running for over 400 performances.