CAMUS, ALBERT; THODY, PHILIP (PREFACE & NOTES).
Title Notebooks 1935-1942.
Book Condition Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition.
Edition Second Printing.
Publisher Alfred A. Knopf, New York: 1963.
Seller ID 68486X1
From 1935 until his death, Albert Camus kept a series of notebooks to sketch out ideas for future works, record snatches of conversations and excerpts from books he was reading, jot down his reflections on death and the horror of war, his feelings about women, about loneliness, and art, and the Algerian sun and sea. This volume, the first of three, includes all entries made from the time when Camus was still completely unknown in Europe, until 1942, when the publication of The Stranger made him immediately famous. Translated into English from the French by Philip Thody.
(Key Words: Notebooks, Albert Camus, Philip Thody, Nobel Prize Winners, World War II, Algeria).