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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Albert Camus Speech of Acceptance‎

‎New York NY: Alfred A. Knopf 1958. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Size=5"x7". full book description Alfred A. Knopf New York NY 1958. 1st Edition 1st Printing VG Paperback Size=5"x7" 14pgs. 2-staple stiff decorated cover paperback. Covers lightly dirt scuffed o.w. clean tight & bright. No ink names tears chips etc. Contents in Fine Like New condition. Has 4" x 6" B/W photo of Camus by Karsh & a memorandum from Blanche W. Knopf both laid in inside front cover. Nobel Prize Winner; Novel Speeches; Albert Camus; Acceptance Speeches SELLING WORLDWIDE SINCE 1987. WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! First Printing Alfred A. Knopf paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert: Proix Robert ed‎

‎ALBERT CAMUS AND THE MEN OF STONE‎

‎San Francisco: The Greenwood Press 1971. Large octavo. Pictorial wrapper over stiff wrappers. Photographs and facsimiles. Prospectus laid in. A fine copy in lightly worn slipcase. First edition in English translated by Gregory H. Davis. One of 750 copies printed by Jack Stauffacher. A gathering of memoirs of Camus by those he worked with in the course of publishing COMBAT. The Greenwood Press unknown‎

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‎Camus Albert; Meagher Robert E‎

‎Albert Camus the Essential Writings‎

‎Harper Colophon Books 1979. From a private collection: NOT ex-library. Cover shows virtually no shelfwear. If not for mild page tanning with age this book would be FINE. No internal or external markings found at all. Music History Theology Philosophy and Language students may want to browse my other offerings in those areas. We pride ourselves on accurate descriptions; see feedback ratings for "alacrityship" at the famous auction website. ALL BOOKS are shipped in padded envelopes or boxes. Trade Paperback. Near Fine/NA. Harper Colophon Books paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert; Meagher Robert E.‎

‎Albert Camus the Essential Writings‎

‎Harper Colophon Books 1979. trade paperback in good condition. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Good. Harper Colophon Books Paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Algerian Chronicles‎

‎Belknap Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 2013. Hardcover. 0674072588 . 8.3 X 5.6 X 1.0 inches; 240 pages . Belknap Press hardcover‎

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‎CAMUS ALBERT edited by KAPLAN ALICE translated by GOLDHAMMER ARTHUR‎

‎ALGERIAN CHRONICLES‎

‎The Belkanp Press of Harvard University Press Cambridge 2013. 224 pp including index tinted end-papers pencilled underscoring and marks in margins previous owner's name on half-title else a very fine copy in like pictorial d/j. The Belkanp Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 2013 unknown‎

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‎Camus Albert; Goldhammer Arthur Translator; Kaplan Alice Introduction;‎

‎Algerian Chronicles‎

‎Belknap Press: An Imprint of Harvard University Press 2014-11-24. Paperback. Used:Good. Belknap Press: An Imprint of Harvard University Press paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert; Goldhammer Arthur Translator; Kaplan Alice Introduction;‎

‎Algerian Chronicles‎

‎Belknap Press 2013-05-06. Hardcover. Used:Good. Belknap Press hardcover‎

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‎CAMUS ALBERT; TRANSLATED BY GOLDHAMMER ARTHUR; INTRODUCTION BY KAPLAN ALICE‎

‎Algerian Chronicles‎

‎Harvard University Press Cambridge Massachusetts and London England: 2014. Softcover. Brand new book. More than fifty years after Algerian independence Albert Camus' Algerian Chronicles appears here in English for the first time. Published in France in 1958 the same year the Algerian War brought about the collapse of the Fourth French Republic it is one of Camus' most political works�an exploration of his commitments to Algeria. Dismissed or disdained at publication today Algerian Chronicles with its prescient analysis of the dead end of terrorism enjoys a new life in Arthur Goldhammer's elegant translation. "Believe me when I tell you that Algeria is where I hurt at this moment" Camus who was the most visible symbol of France's troubled relationship with Algeria writes "as others feel pain in their lungs." Gathered here are Camus' strongest statements on Algeria from the 1930s through the 1950s revised and supplemented by the author for publication in book form. In her introduction Alice Kaplan illuminates the dilemma faced by Camus: he was committed to the defense of those who suffered colonial injustices yet was unable to support Algerian national sovereignty apart from France. An appendix of lesser-known texts that did not appear in the French edition complements the picture of a moralist who posed questions about violence and counter-violence national identity terrorism and justice that continue to illuminate our contemporary world. Albert Camus 1913-1960 Algerian-French novelist essayist and playwright won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. Alice Kaplan is John M. Musser Professor of French and chair of the Department of French at Yale University. "Camus's Algerian Chronicles edited and introduced by Alice Kaplan and beautifully translated by Arthur Goldhammer affords Camus the belated opportunity to make his own case to the Anglophone public. This book in slightly different form proved his final public word on the Algerian question when it was originally published in June 1958� To witness the progression of his responses is to recognize above all the remarkable consistency of Camus's moral conviction the dogged optimism of his outlook and his unfailing ability even in the complex turmoil of emotional involvement with the issue to cleave to his own principles of justice� It was this moral lucidity that had provoked Camus's disenchantment with communism and underpinned his ardent opposition to the death penalty a stance that prompted him to speak out at different times to save the lives of Nazi collaborators and FLN terrorists alike� Camus's honesty and consistency retain in retrospect a moral purity that few others could claim."�Claire Messud The New York Review of Books "It was the last book Camus published in his lifetime and it appears now in its entirety for the first time in English expertly translated by Arthur Goldhammer. The editor Alice Kaplan has added six texts to Camus's original selection in an appendix to further illuminate Camus's relation to Algeria� As the writings in Algerian Chronicles make clear Camus's position in 'no man's land' left him increasingly isolated: hated by the right for his condemnation of government policies scorned by the left for his inability to imagine an independent Algeria from which the French would be absent� As Kaplan points out we cannot know how he would have reacted to the final years of the war or to the independence that followed. We do know that his ethical positions are still meaningful worldwide."�Susan Rubin Suleiman The New York Times Book Review "Algerian Chronicles is a collection of journalistic writings published in 1958 when the crisis in Algeria posed a persistent threat to the government of France. It was to be Camus's final book and appears in retrospect as a summing-up of his feelings about his birthplace� These remarkably mature dispatches written when he was 25 show that Camus was anxious from the start about the political relationship between his native country and the mainland� The impetus behind the repeated pleas for constructive dialogue that occupy the later parts of Algerian Chronicles was personal as much as political� Algerian Chronicles never before translated in its entirety is a document worth having."�James Campbell The Wall Street Journal "A brilliant translation� Camus fell silent after this effort but for one exception. In 1958 while the 'sale guerre' in his native country grew ever more dirty he returned to his first trade journalism. Gathering his newspaper articles and commentaries on Algeria he published them under the title Actuelles III. In his preface he lambasts France's colonial policy castigates the use of torture and terrorism by both sides and defends innocent French and Arabs at the mercy of these violent designs. Yet he concludes his book 'is among other things a history of a failure.' But noble failures like the Algerian Chronicles are both timeless and timely."�Robert Zaretsky The Times Literary Supplement "Magnificently eloquent and courageous� Even today admirers of Camus sometimes worry that his radiant bravery and integrity were compromised by a colonial kid's blind spot when it came to Arab Algerians. The Chronicles�authoritatively edited by Alice Kaplan�should quell that doubt forever. From meticulous reports on poverty and prejudice in 1930s Kabylia to the great speech in Algiers in 1956 when right-wing thugs shouted down his heartfelt call for a civilian truce every page speaks of his honesty his compassion his empathy."�Boyd Tonkin The Independent "Camus's tortured words may profitably be reconsidered half a century later with the benefit of hindsight as regards Algeria's traumatic accession to independence which included the mass exodus of the territory's settler population. Algeria's history since 1962 and particularly the 'black decade' of civil war in the 1990s between the military-backed government and Islamist rebels also casts new light on these texts underscoring their contemporary relevance. Camus's alternately angry and anguished engagement is made readily accessible to an English-speaking audience in Arthur Goldhammer's sensitive rendering� As the Franco-Algerian memory wars continue to rage�significantly the French state acknowledged that the 1954-62 'events' had been a war only in 1999�this new translation offers a welcome opportunity to engage with the political soul-searching of a major figure who as the American historian James Le Sueur has argued may have been wrong about Algeria but may also have been right to be wrong."�Philip Dine The Irish Times "Camus was a far more engaged writer than his critics have allowed and the essays columns and speeches collected here make a strong case for his continued relevance� Today although his failure to support full independence for Algeria seems off the mark Camus stands as a powerful voice against violence and extremism and the very late appearance of these essays in English could not have come at a better time� With the future of the Arab spring uncertain and with terrorism back on the front page these Algerian Chronicles are not only history. They're also guides for how to be just in a difficult world."�Jason Farago NPR Books "Algerian Chronicles�comprises everything Camus wrote on Algeria� Camus's writing on Kabylia is a marvel of eloquence. His sympathy for the people his critique of the colonial regime his pain over the injustices that he witnesses�all thrilling. Seventy years after he wrote these pieces the reader is still penetrated by their literary beauty. But at no time in Algerian Chronicles are we listening to the speaking voice of a revolutionary. It is the voice of a despairing citizen who does not want his country's government overthrown; he wants it to do better by its people. He wants France to remain in Algeria but to honor its own founding myths of liberty equality and fraternity. The pieces in Algerian Chronicles that were written years later in France during the war for independence are repetitive pleas for each side to stop demonizing the other for human decency to prevail."�Vivian Gornick Boston Review "Camus' writing is shot through with appeals to the moral sense of his audience. And it is his own moral sense that makes the occasional writing collected here still so readable� After years of neglect and rejection Camus is being rediscovered in Algeria. In the 1990s Algeria endured another decade of bloody civil strife this time between the Algerian army and Islamic insurgents. The questions Camus raised about common guilt forgiveness justice and who is a true Algerian have been recognized as relevant once more."�Gerald J. Rusello Commonweal "Camus's liberal admirers saw his insistence on a peaceful resolution to the Algerian struggle for independence his condemnation of violence on both sides as further proof of his moral integrity. Meanwhile his leftist critics saw his moderation as a species of evasion condemning his failure to come down clearly on the side of Algerian liberation. Today when North Africa is once again the scene of revolutionary violence and the relations between the West and its former Arab colonies remain dangerously fraught the debate about Camus and Algeria still resonates."�Adam Kirsch The Daily Beast "The singular importance of Algerian Chronicles is that it brings together for the first time in English all of Camus's writings on Algeria ranging over his early journalism covering the famine in Kabyle in 1939 to his appeals for reason and justice in Algeria in 1958. Beautifully translated by Arthur Goldhammer they reveal Camus not so much as a philosopher or 'ponderous metaphysician' as Said called him but as something like a French George Orwell. Certainly in all these essays he demonstrates a most un-Parisian aversion to abstraction and a taste for the concrete detail that reveals the reality of a situation� There is a new generation of readers in Algeria who are beginning to understand how Camus felt: torn between opposing forms of terror neither of which promised justice or redemption. Algerian Chronicles is a beautiful and significant illustration of the complexities of that dilemma."�Andrew Hussey Literary Review "Algerian Chronicles has not for the most part been regarded as one of Camus's 'important' works� This is perhaps an oversight. At a historical moment when it seems crucial to the human prospect to think intelligently about terrorism and other forms of political violence the thinking Camus does in Algerian Chronicles may strike us if we open ourselves to it as necessary cogent and sane� What is clear from Algerian Chronicles is that Camus's compassion could be triggered by the suffering of any human being and that his political and moral concern was with any innocent person who might be made the victim of violence in the name of any political cause� Algerian Chronicles may have suffered the fate of being published at a time when those who most needed to hear what it had to say were entirely unable to read it with an open mind. It is possible that now that some decades have passed it will find a second life. We Americans would be well advised to pay it serious attention. After more than a decade in which the United States has chosen to respond to the specter of lawless terrorism with forms of violence some have regarded as state-sanctioned terrorism�years during which as in the Algerian war the violence inflicted by each side has been used to justify the violence inflicted by the other and during which the use of torture by American military and security forces has been not only condoned but applauded by a large segment of the American citizenry�Camus's reflections on these subjects seem to address us directly."�Troy Jollimore Barnes & Noble Review "Algerian Chronicles�has been invisibly translated by Arthur Goldhammer and prefaced perceptively by Alice Kaplan� All the essays are a model of engaged journalism: scrupulous and exhaustive in the facts telling in colorful anecdote reasoned in argument with no hint of sarcasm or anger. Apart from their historical interest Camus's essays show us two things. One is it is possible to be politically engaged without foaming at the mouth. The other is the more things change in what historian Ian Morris calls 'the arc of instability' from central Africa to Pakistan the more they stay the same. Further they remind us that a great deal of the horror going on there today is the legacy of 19th-century European colonialism and superpower maneuvering in the Cold War� Through all these bloody convulsions and those of the wider region Camus's central call�to spare the lives of noncombatants�echoes still� After Iraq after Syria after the still unexplained suspension of international law in deadly American drone strikes after the constant bombing of marketplaces and mosques now that asymmetrical war has made obsolete the Geneva Conventions Camus's voice seems naively idealistic. The world needs that kind of naivete more than ever."�Miriam Cosic The Australian "Despite his lucidity and his avowed anti-colonialism Camus during his lifetime failed to accept that Algeria should or could be permanently separated from France; and as Kaplan rightly points out his premature death in 1960 means that we can never know how he would have reacted to the agreements enacting that separation� At the same time as a record of passionate insights into the processes involved the book still makes absorbing reading not least because of the many portentous analogies between what happened in Algeria and what is happening in much of our world today� Algerian Chronicles is infused with bitter-sweet nostalgia for a personal lost paradise a not infrequent ingredient of Camus's writing generally. But the book transmits a wider angry grief in its demonstration that the most humane and reasoned ideals seldom work to diminish the destructive and self-mutilating brutalities that humanity endlessly inflicts on itself. Camus has been well served here by Arthur Goldhammer who is probably the most gifted living translator into English of French texts. Goldhammer in his translator's note describes the challenges of capturing the purity restraint and discipline of Camus's prose; and he expresses the hope that his work has done justice to what he calls 'a precious document of a soul's torment lived in real rather than eternal time.' He need not have worried: the author's voice resounds with eerie clarity."�Colin Nettlebeck Australian Book Review "History has proven Camus right when he warned in 1955 that those who support terror and call for massacres 'no matter which camp they come from and no matter what argument or folly drives them are in fact calling for their own destruction.' A lesson the world alas has still not learned."�Micah Mattix New Criterion "Among the French writers not too many people in those days back in the 1930s appeared to care one way or another about Algeria and its poverty. You could read about the erotic and exotic dream-life of Andr Gide but not about injustice. Camus was a pioneer."�Paul Berman The New Republic "In his own lifetime Camus was criticized for keeping quiet as his Algerian homeland slipped into crisis; then when in 1958 he published this eloquent and passionate plea for understanding the hush from the reviewers was deafening� As one of over a million pieds noirs himself he was better placed than any of his comrades on the French Left to appreciate the inadequacy of the opposition they drew between cruel colonialists and a suffering Arab mass. 'Day after day' he says 'these simplifications prove in a sort of reductio absurdum that in Algeria the French and the Arabs are condemned either to live together or to die together.' Whether he was ultimately right is open to question: he certainly paid a high price for his nuanced view of the situation."�Michael Kerrigan The Scotsman "Camus's Algerian political pieces collected and published in 1956 have now been lucidly translated by Arthur Goldhammer and edited along with some additional material by Yale's Alice Kaplan. Their appearance in France was met by something worse than attack: virtual indifference. The bloodshed had gone on too long; proposals for compromise integration and a sharing of power were well past their sell-by date. History is less reasonable than words and can move faster; Camus's words sensible and moving were left behind; he arrived at the station after the train had left� He unhesitatingly denounced the harshly unjust treatment of the Muslim majority; its exclusion from political power its economic exploitation the fact for instance that its wartime food ration was inferior to that of the settlers. He forcefully called for equitable economic partnership between the two populations equal rights and a shared political role."�Richard Eder The Boston Globe "The last time Camus had spoken out on Algeria had been in January 1956 on a visit to Algiers when he had called for a civilian truce between French colonialists and the Arab-dominated National Liberation Front FLN. For his trouble he received death threats from the colonialists and scornful rejection by the FLN. At the risk of being labeled a coward Camus decided to keep his peace. This silence lasted until 1958 when he published Actuelles III a selection of essays and articles outlining his position on Algeria. Some of these writings were translated into English for Resistance Rebellion and Death 1960 but others such as his early forays into journalism for the anti-colonialist newspaper Alger Rpublicain appear for the first time in this new translation of the 1958 collection. Algerian Chronicles also includes two letters that Camus wrote to French president Ren Coty in 1957 beseeching him to pardon several captured FLN members. That Camus should have been working behind the scenes to save the separatists whose violence he so abhorred speaks volumes about this complex man."�Tobias Grey Financial Times "Essentially Algerian Chronicles surveys the making of a metaphysical rebel Camus himself. In his world like ours riven by mindless extremism and terrorism he sought moderation toleration and humanity. He is being reread today without post-colonial prejudice as a means to engage our comparable metaphysical condition. 'The role of the intellectual is to seek by his own lights to make out the respective limits of force and justice in each camp' he contended in 1958. 'It is to explain the meaning of words in such a way as to sober minds and calm fanaticisms even if this means working against the grain.' Algerian Chronicles reminds that Camus accepted that lonely singular role with inspiring courage and commitment."�Phillip C. Naylor The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel "Camus's writing about Algeria confounds the persistent accusation that he was a metropolitan Frenchman� Some of his finest writing is here."�Brian Morton The Sunday Herald "Read today the articles brim with Camus's trademark Mediterranean passion the sensibility that lent all his literary works their moral and lyrical depth� Proves indispensable to a fuller understanding of the intellectual history of 20th-century Europe."�Arlice Davenport The Wichita Eagle "Timeless musings on torture terror assimilation and extremism� Ultimately Camus's writing represents a moral plea for an idealism beyond politics."�Kirkus Reviews "This first English translation of his Chroniques Algriennes 1958 proves parochial and universal timely and timeless� The impassioned politically committed Camus addresses issues that feel as current today as they did more than 50 years ago."�Publishers Weekly starred review Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2014 paperback‎

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‎Algerian Chronicles‎

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‎American Journals Abacus Books‎

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‎Not Specified. PAPERBACK. 034910087X Good. Light to moderate shelf wear to covers/corners. Trade paperback binding. Support Last Word Books & Press and independent booksellers. . Good. Not Specified paperback‎

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‎American Journals‎

‎London: Hamish Hamilton: 1989. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. 0241126215 Hardcover in black boards with gold gilt title on spine in near fine condition DJ with price L11.95 in near fine condition printing number line complete first published in Great Britain as stated no markings <br/> <br/> Hamish Hamilton: hardcover‎

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‎American Journals‎

‎NY: Paragon House; 1987 First US edition near fine in a near fine dust jacket. The book pages are just barely starting to tan. Light soiling to small areas on the jacket. These two journals were kept by Camus during a 1946 visit to the US and a 1949 visit to South America. Translated from the French by Hugh Levick. First Edition. Hard Cover. Paragon House; (1987) Hardcover‎

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‎American Journals.‎

‎NY:: Paragon House. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1987. Hardcover. 091372968X . Translated from the French by Hugh Levick. First American edition. Uniform age toning throughout text block else very good in a very good dust jacket. . Paragon House, hardcover‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Art and Revolt - First Publication in Partisan Review Vol. XIX No. 3‎

‎New York: Partisan Review 1952. Very small coffee-colored stain to cover else a near fine copy. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good. Octavo. Partisan Review Hardcover‎

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‎Between Hell and Reason: Essays from the Resistance Newspaper Combat 1944-1947‎

‎Wesleyan. Used - Good. Shows some signs of wear and may have some markings on the inside. Wesleyan unknown‎

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‎Camus Albert; Grenier Jean Herausgegeben Von Ohlenburg Jean O.; Camus Albert; Grenier Jean; Ohlenburg Jean O.‎

‎Briefwechsel 1932-1960: Mit Den Erinnerungen Jean Greniers An Albert Camus‎

‎Alber 2013. Hardcover. New. German language. Alber hardcover‎

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‎Bruiloft‎

‎Hilversum: Paul Brand 1976. Paperback 20 cm 93 pp. Cond.: goed / good. ISBN: 9023405374. . Paul Brand paperback‎

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‎Amsterdam: Bezige Bij 1985. Paperback 20 cm 152 pp. Cond.: goed / good. ISBN: 9023409396. . Bezige Bij paperback‎

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‎CAMUS ALbert & COCTEAU Jean & BRETON Andre & IONESCO Eugene etal. t. al‎

‎Cahier des Saisons No. 15 Hiver 1959 =1958; Portrait d'Eug�ne Ionesco‎

‎Paris: Cahierd des Saisons 1958. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Very Good. 1958 193-284 4 pp. Famous and extremely rare periodical this is the most sought after issue with lots of fine writers like Camus Soupault Cocteau Anouilh Breton commenting on Ionesco. Wrappers slightly discolored else fine. Pictures on request. <br/> <br/> Cahierd des Saisons paperback‎

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‎CAMUS Albert‎

‎Cahiers Albert Camus - I - La mort heureuse. Roman.‎

‎1971. Paris Gallimard. broché couverture souple éditeur avec jaquette. Jaquette légèrement frottée avec petites taches sur le dernier plat ainsi que sur la tranche supérieure sinon ouvrage en bon état. in-8. avec couverture illustrée d' une photo de Camus. unknown‎

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‎Camus Albert. Introduction et notes de Jean Sarocchi‎

‎Cahiers Albert Camus I: La mort heureuse roman‎

‎Paris: Gallimard 1971. 231 pp. Page edges a bit tanned otherwise Fine. Light handling edgewear and one tiny nick to jacket. Size: 8vo. First Edition. Self-Wrappers in Dustjacket. Near Fine/Very Good. Gallimard Paperback‎

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‎Cahiers II: Youthful Writings Penguin Modern Classics‎

‎Penguin Books Ltd. Used - Good. Shows some signs of wear and may have some markings on the inside. Penguin Books Ltd unknown‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Cahiers II: Youthful Writings‎

‎Hamish Hamilton Ltd. Used - Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Your purchase also supports literacy charities. Hamish Hamilton Ltd unknown‎

Bookseller reference : GRP21770901 ISBN : 0241895219 9780241895214

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‎Camus Albert; Kennedy Ellen Conroy Trans.; Viallanix Paul Intro‎

‎Cahiers II: Youthful Writings‎

‎New York: Random House 1976. First American Edition edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 21 Cm. . Hardcover very good condition w. sme lt sunning at top and bottom sp. ends. V. ltly slanted v. ltly compressed sp v. ltly bumped fr corners. Ltly tanned eps cln tight unmarked. Dj g. smwht rubbed--marks and sm scuffs. Ltly bumped sp base. 2 1 Boards . ISBN: 0394495357. Catalogs: Literature and Fiction. Random House hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : 35910 ISBN : 0394495357 9780394495354

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‎CAMUS ALBERT‎

‎CALIGULA‎

‎GALLIMARD 1993. New. GALLIMARD unknown‎

Bookseller reference : BD4-9782070386703 ISBN : 2070386708 9782070386703

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‎CAMUS ALBERT‎

‎CALIGULA‎

‎GALLIMARD 1984. New. GALLIMARD unknown‎

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‎CAMUS ALBERT‎

‎CALIGULA‎

‎GALLIMARD 2012. New. GALLIMARD unknown‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula‎

‎Samuel French. Paperback. 0573606692 very good clean copy minor crease books carefully packed and shipped promptly . Very Good. 2010. Samuel French paperback‎

Bookseller reference : BOILER36RM1229 ISBN : 0573606692 9780573606694

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula‎

‎Gallimard 1958. French language. Name on first page. Some underlining and marginal notes in light pencil. Covers glossy. Binding square & firm. Paperback. Acceptable. Gallimard Paperback‎

Bookseller reference : 109045 ISBN : 2310001368 9782310001366

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula‎

‎Le Livre De Poche 1958. Mass Market Paperback. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks our motto is: Read More Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. Le Livre De Poche paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎CALIGULA‎

‎Gallimard. Good with no dust jacket. 1958. Paperback. Used . Gallimard paperback‎

Bookseller reference : 223470

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula‎

‎Le Livre De Poche. Used - Good. Good condition. Owner's name inside. Le Livre De Poche unknown‎

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‎CAMUS Albert‎

‎Caligula & Three Other Plays‎

‎Vintage Books 1958. Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. The dust jacket is missing. At ThriftBooks our motto is: Read More Spend Less. Vintage Books hardcover‎

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‎Camus Albert translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert‎

‎Caligula & Three Other Plays The Misunderstanding; State of Siege; The Just Assassins‎

‎New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Near Fine in Very Good dj. 1960 c.1958. 2nd printing. Hardcover. nice clean book tiny bump to top front corner faint soiling to edges of text block; jacket lightly soiled one short tear at top of front panel looks like it's been very shallowly nibbled by bugs along the top and bottom edges and at the rear flap foldover. "The first complete publication in English of Albert Camus's major work as a playwright before 'The Possessed.' All four plays are the superb stage pieces one would expect of a versatile man of the theater -- Camus was an actor director and adapter as well as a playwright -- and each testifies to the intense and lucid concern with moral problems characteristic of his more familiar fiction and essays." The publication of this collection was no doubt influenced by Camus's winning of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 a fact blurbed on the front of the jacket. All of these plays have been adapted for film and/or TV numerous times in numerous countries. . Alfred A. Knopf hardcover‎

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‎CAMUS Albert.‎

‎Caligula & Three Other Plays.‎

‎NY:: Knopf. Good in Good dust jacket. 1958. Hardcover. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert. Stated first American edition. Previous owner's initials on front paste-down brief gift inscription on front free endpaper else good in a good age darkened foxing on verso dust jacket. ; 302 pages . Knopf, hardcover‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula & Three Other Plays‎

‎Vintage Books 1962. This is a New book direct from the publisher. Bookstore's stamped address appears on the inside of the rear cover. Pages are clean tight and bright. Mass Market Paperback. New. Vintage Books Paperback‎

Bookseller reference : AC03 ISBN : 0394702077 9780394702070

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‎CAMUS ALBERT‎

‎CALIGULA / LE MALENTENDU‎

‎GALLIMARD 1972. New. GALLIMARD unknown‎

Bookseller reference : BD4-9782070360642 ISBN : 2070360644 9782070360642

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula ; Suivi De Le Malentendu‎

‎.: Gallimard 1958. Please email us if you would like further information or if you would like us to send you a picture of the book. The book i am offering may not have the same cover as the one pictured. they are stock photos from the site. Thanks for looking! . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 16mo - over 5�" - 6�" tall. Gallimard Paperback‎

Bookseller reference : 025963

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‎Camus Albert; Trans. Stuart Gilbert‎

‎Caligula and Cross Purpose La Malentendu Two Plays‎

‎New Directions 1947 Hardcover 1st Printing in $3-priced dust jacket no markings NOT ex-lib light shelf/edge wear with slight loss to ends & corners most to spine top slight effacement of cloth spine titles & darkening to dj spine else Fine dj in mylar protector; sm 8vo; 168pp. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good -. New Directions hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : 29816

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula and 3 Other Plays‎

‎Vintage Book 1958. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks our motto is: Read More Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. Vintage Book paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula and Three Other Plays‎

‎Hardcover. Very Good. Very good though X library with pictured and subtle markings. No other Reader remainder or library Marks. London: Elek Books 1958. Very slight rubs to the edges of the covers. Contents clean. Binding tight. 158pp. First hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : Gg 34 drama ISBN : 1299537766 9781299537767

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula and 3 Other Plays‎

‎Vintage Book 1958. Mass Market Paperback. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks our motto is: Read More Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. Vintage Book paperback‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula and 3 Other Plays‎

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula and Cross Purpose.‎

‎New York: New Directions 1947. First edition of this collection of two early Camus absurdist plays. Octavo original cloth. Near fine in a very good dust jacket. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. Camus' earliest thoughts on absurdism were expressed in a series of literary essays before they appeared in The Stranger in 1942. That same year Camus published Caligula a play in which he cast the mad Roman Emperor Caligula as a sympathetic character pursuing an absurdist logic. New Directions hardcover‎

Bookseller reference : 95113

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‎CAMUS ALBERT‎

‎Caligula and Cross Purpose‎

‎Penguin Books 1968. Octavo softcover VG; all our specials have minimal description to keep listing them viable. They are at least reading copies complete and in reasonable condition but usually secondhand; frequently they are superior examples. Ordering more than one book will reduce your overall postage cost Penguin Books 1968 paperback‎

Bookseller reference : 222904

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‎Camus Albert‎

‎Caligula and Other Plays Penguin Modern Classics‎

‎Penguin GroupCA 2007-12-01. Paperback. Used:Good. Penguin Group(CA) paperback‎

Bookseller reference : DADAX0141188707 ISBN : 0141188707 9780141188706

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