Born (1913) in Mondovi, French Algiers - Albert Camus was a highly respected French philosopher, author, and journalist. Just 44 at the time - Camus was the second youngest recipient in history to win a Nobel Prize in Literature (1957).
Meticulously written by French journalist, Olivier Todd - This compelling life-story of Camus is filled with sharp observations that present an engaging portrait of a man who remains one of the most influential literary figures of the 20th century.
(*Note*) - In 1960 - Albert Camus (46 at the time) was killed, as a passenger, in a car crash.
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