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by Albert Camus

Free eBook Notebooks, 1951-1959, Volume 3 download ISBN: 156663850X
Author: Albert Camus
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee; Reprint, Translation edition (October 16, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 288
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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this volume is a valuable guide to understanding the author.

Only 20 left in stock (more on the way). In Stock it offers an unmediated look at the author's mind in the final years of a productive but tormented life. this volume is a valuable guide to understanding the author. San Antonio Current).

I was an early fan of Camus, and this book is interesting; but I get the feeling that he was not an especially acute thinker and will probably not survive our next collective memory-purge.

Simply a wonderful compliment to all of Camus' other books

Simply a wonderful compliment to all of Camus' other books. The work here is less a concentrated analysis of any set of ideas and more a collection of snippets of wonderful ideas, projections on the world, partial conversations of characters that would later come to exist. More of a textual sketch book than diary or journal of day-to-day life.

Notebooks 1951-1959 book. At this final volume of his Notebooks begins, Albert Camus is completing what would become his most controversial book, L’Homme Révoltéˆ(The Rebel). Its publication in October 1951, seven months after this volume opens, sets off a polemic so aggressive that its effects, both Insightful look into one, who, "all my life, as soon as a person got attached to me, I did everything to distance them. In addition, for understandable reasons, we have removed some proper names and changes some initials.

Notebooks, 1951-1959 book. Its publication in October 1951, seven months after this volume opens, sets off a polemic so aggressive th Insightful look into one, who, "all my life, as soon as a person got attached to me, I did everything to distance them.

Notebooks 1951–1959 is the third volume of Albert Camus' notes. Two more volumes of Camus' notes were also published (Notebooks 1935–1942 and Notebooks 1942–1951). This book shed light on Camus' thought related to his continual rivalry with Jean-Paul Sartre and a large part of the left, after his book The Rebel (L’Homme révolté) was published. Camus' despair is evident: "I await with patience a catastrophe that is slow in coming". His thoughts on Nobel prize are also depicted: "Nobel.

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Notebooks 1951-1959 completes one of the most important set of literary "working papers" of the past .

Notebooks 1951-1959 completes one of the most important set of literary "working papers" of the past century. Ryan Bloom's sensitive translation was shortlisted for the French-American Foundation and Florence Gould Foundation translation prize for nonfiction. The first two volumes of his Notebooks began as simple instruments of his work; this final volume, recorded over the last nine years of his life, take on the characteristics of a more personal diary.

The first two volumes of his Notebooks began as simple instruments of his work; this final volume, recorded over the last nine years of his life, take on the characteristics of a more personal diary. Fearing that his memory was beginning to fail him, Camus noted here his reactions to the polemics stirred by The Rebel, his feelings about the Algerian War, his sojourns in Greece and Italy, thinly veiled observations on his wife and lovers, heartaches over his family, and anxiety over the Nobel Prize that he was awarded in 1957.

The first two volumes of his Notebooks began as simple instruments of his work; this final volume, recorded over the last nine years of his life, take on the characteristics of a more personal diary. Fearing that his memory was beginning to fail him, Camus noted here his reactions to the polemics stirred by The Rebel, his feelings about the Algerian War, his sojourns in Greece and Italy, thinly veiled observations on his wife and lovers, heartaches over his family, and anxiety over the Nobel Prize that he was awarded in 1957.
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Nirn
Simply a wonderful compliment to all of Camus' other books. The work here is less a concentrated analysis of any set of ideas and more a collection of snippets of wonderful ideas, projections on the world, partial conversations of characters that would later come to exist.More of a textual sketch book than diary or journal of day-to-day life. I loved it.
Gold Crown
A Beautiful glimpse into the intricacies of one of the most revered minds of the 20th Century. Themes are broad but the pure wisdom is obvious throughout the book.
just one girl
Amazing opportunity to wander the halls of the mind of one of the greatest writers in the literary pantheon. I will order each and every one and mark them up like crazy. If you are a writer, don't NOT order this.
Freighton
A classic.
Vivaral
A wonderful collection of the random thoughts of a brilliant writer..he later used these notes to create his masterpieces, unforgettable and poignant, a treasure to have in one's library.
Mpapa
Great book.
MrRipper
Thank you
A+ resource.