Notebooks: 1942-1951. Translated from the French and annotated by J. O'Brien

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Alfred A. Knopf, 1965 - 274 pages
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"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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User Review  - baswood - LibraryThing

Camus through most of his adult life kept notebooks in which he would jot down thoughts and ideas that were important to him and which would serve as an aide-memoire. He was in the habit of making ... Read full review

NOTEBOOKS 1935-1942

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In these posthumously published notebooks of Camus, written well before he was thirty, one can find the seeds for almost all the later works, from The Stranger and Caligula on to The Fall. The themes ... Read full review

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