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Camus, Albert, 1913-1960.
Resistance, rebellion, and death.
New York, Knopf, 1961 [c1960]
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|Notes:||Twenty-three essays selected by the author from his Actuelles.|
|Description:||272 p. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Letters to a German friend --
The Liberation of Paris: The blood of freedom ; The night of truth --
The flesh --
Pessimism and tyranny: Pessimism and courage ; Defense of intelligence --
The unbeliever and Christians --
Why Spain? --
Defense of freedom: Bread and freedom ; Homage to an exile --
Algeria: Preface to an Algerian report ; Letter to an Algerian militant ; Appeal for a civilian truce ; Algeria 1958 --
Hungary: Kadar had his day of fear ; Socialism of the gallows --
Reflections on the guillotine --
The artist and his time: The wager of our generation ; Create dangerously.
|Responsibility:||Translated from the French and with an introd. by Justin O'Brien.|