Notebooks: 1942-1951. Translated from the French and annotated by J. O'Brien
Alfred A. Knopf, 1965 - 274 pages
"The accounts of the trips Albert Camus made to North America (March to May 1946) and South America (June to August 1949) constitute a real travel book; therefore it seemed more logical to publish them in a separate volume. (editor's note from the French edition)" cited following title page.
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Review: Notebooks, 1942-1951User Review - Sharayu Gangurde - Goodreads
If there were any books that made an impression so strong, it would be this! Prior to reading Carnets,1942-1951, i had a faint inkling of Camus as the author of 'The outsider'. This book here, which ... Read full review
Review: Notebooks, 1935-1951User Review - Meryl Natchez - Goodreads
Camus was in his twenties when he started these diaries, and they read like the ideas of a precocious college student, at least the early years. Nonetheless, they are worth a look. Read full review