CodeDS/UK/324
Dates1913-1960
NameCamus; Albert (1913-1960); author
SurnameCamus
ForenamesAlbert
Epithetauthor
PublishedWorksL'Étranger, 1942 (New York as The Stranger, and London, as The Outsider, 1946); La Peste, 1947 (New York and London, as The Plague, 1948); La Chute, 1956 (New York and London, as The Fall, 1957); nouvelles: L'Exil et Le Royaume, 1957 (New York and London, as Exile and The Kingdom, 1958); essays: L'Envers et L'Endroit, 1937; Noces, 1938; Le Mythe de Sisyphe (New York, as The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays, 1954); Lettres à un Ami Allemand, 1948 (New York, included in Resistance, Rebellion and Death, 1961); Actuelles (Chroniques, 1944-1948), 1950; Le Minotaure ou La Halte D'Oran (written in 1939), 1950; L'Homme Révolte, 1951 (New York and London, as The Rebel, 1954); Actuelles II (Chroniques, 1948-1953), 1953 (New York, as The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays, 1955); L'Été, 1954 (New York, included in The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays, 1955); La Peine Capitale, 1957 (in collaboration); Actuelles III (Chroniques Algériennes, 1939-1958), 1958 (London 1961); plays: La Révolte dans Les Asturies, 1936; Caligula (written in 1938), 1944 (New York and London, 1958); Le Malentendu, 1944 (London, as Cross Purposes, 1948, and New York, as The Misunderstanding, 1958); L'État de Siège, 1948 (New York, as The State of Siege, 1958); Les Justes, 1950 (New York, as The Just Assassins, 1950); also several adaptations including Dostoievski's Les Possédés (New York and London, as The Possessed, 1960). Relevant Publications: (by Philip Thody) Albert Camus: A Study of his Work; (by John Cruickshank) Albert Camus and the Literature of Revolt.

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