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Bibliography of the work of Albert Camus

Updated: May 25

Albert Camus was a French philosopher, author, and journalist whose work is known for its existential and absurdist themes.

  1. The Stranger (1942)

  2. The Myth of Sisyphus (1942)

  3. The Plague (1947)

  4. The Rebel (1951)

  5. Caligula and Three Other Plays (1958)

  6. A Happy Death (1971)

  7. The First Man (1995)

  8. The Notebooks (1935-1942)

  9. Resistance, Rebellion, and Death (1960)

  10. The Fall (1956)

  11. The Possessed (1938)

  12. Exile and the Kingdom (1957)

  13. The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays (1955)

  14. The Wrong Side and the Right Side (1937)

  15. The Plague, The Fall, Exile and the Kingdom and Selected Essays (1991)

Camus also wrote many articles, essays, and reviews that were published in different newspapers and magazines, those were not included in the bibliography list above.


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