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Albert Camus, born 1913 - 1960, was a French writer, novelist and playwright who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. His work both on paper and on stage met with huge critical success. The first editions are, of course, now much sought after by collectors. In most cases the English editions tended to precede their American counterparts and tend to be a little more valuable. The books were all translated from French by a variety of translators such as, Stuart Gilbert and Anthony Bower. Whilst his literary output was not expansive it was extremely influential and of high quality.
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Title   Date Notes
The outsider Hamilton 1946 US: 1946 Knopf as The Stranger
Caligula & Cross Purpose Ditto 1947 US: 1947 New Direction
The Plague Hamilton 1948 US: 1948 Knopf
The Rebel Ditto 1953 US: 1954 Knopf
The Fall Ditto 1957 US: 1957 Ditto
Exile and the Kingdom Ditto 1958 US: 1958 Ditto
The Possessed Ditto 1960 US: 1960Knopf
A Happy Death Ditto 1972 US: 1972 Ditto

Others - Non-Fiction

Title   Date Notes
The Myth of Sisyphus Hamilton 1955 US: 1955 Knopf
Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech Knopf 1958 wraps
Reflections on the Guillotine Karla 1959 US
Resistance, Rebellion and Death Hamilton 1961 US: 1961 Knopf
Carnets 1935-1942 Hamilton 1963 US: 1963 as Notebooks
Carnets 1942-1951 Hamilton 1965 US: 1963 as Notebooks
Lyrical and Critical Ditto 1967 US: 1965 ditto
Youthful Writings Knopf 1976 UK: 1977 Hamish

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