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Algerian Chronicles

Albert Camus

Translated by Arthur Goldhammer

Introduction by Alice Kaplan

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$17.50 • £14.95 • €16.00

ISBN 9780674416758

Publication Date: 11/24/2014

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240 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

Belknap Press

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  • Translator’s Note [Arthur Goldhammer]
  • New Perspectives on Camus’s Algerian Chronicles [Alice Kaplan]
  • Algerian Chronicles
    • Preface
    • The Misery of Kabylia
      • 1. Destitution
      • 2. Destitution (continued)
      • 3. Wages
      • 4. Education
      • 5. The Political Future
      • 6. The Economic and Social Future
      • 7. Conclusion
    • Crisis in Algeria
      • 8. Crisis in Algeria
      • 9. Famine in Algeria
      • 10. Ships and Justice
      • 11. The Political Malaise
      • 12. The Party of the Manifesto
      • 13. Conclusion
      • 14. Letter to an Algerian Militant
    • Algeria Torn
      • 15. The Missing
      • 16. The Roundtable
      • 17. A Clear Conscience
      • 18. The True Surrender
      • 19. The Adversary’s Reasons
      • 20. November 1
      • 21. A Truce for Civilians
      • 22. The Party of Truce
      • 23. Call for a Civilian Truce in Algeria
    • The Maisonseul Affair
      • 24. Letter to Le Monde
      • 25. Govern!
    • Algeria 1958
      • 26. Algeria 1958
      • 27. The New Algeria
  • Appendix
    • Indigenous Culture: The New Mediterranean Culture
    • Men Stricken from the Rolls of Humanity
    • Letter from Camus to Le Monde
    • Draft of a Letter to Encounter
    • Two Letters to René Coty
    • The Nobel Prize Press Conference Incident
  • Index

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