Told as a novel, this is a moving account of the author's poverty-stricken childhood in Algeria, the love of his mother and the old schoolteacher who saved him from ignorance. The book acts as a novel on Algeria, on the relationship between man and the land, and between the French and Arabs.
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Albert Camus was born in Algeria in 1913. The works that established his international reputation include THE PLAGUE, THE FALL, THE REBEL and THE OUTSIDER. Camus died in a road accident in 1960 and is remembered as one of the greatest philsophical novelists of the twentieth century.
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Book Description (London), Penguin, (1996). Reprint. Wrappers, vii, 261. Paper sl. browned else fine. ISBN 0-14-025724-1., 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0140257241