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Between Hell and Reason
Essays from the Resistance Newspaper Combat, 1944–1947
Albert Camus; Alexandre de Gramont, trans.; Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, fwd.




Wesleyan
1991 • 182 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Literary Criticism - French / Philosophy

$18.95 Paperback, 978-0-8195-5189-4


Trans. from the French

“An excellent introduction to the political thinking that illuminates all Camus’s work . . . This book presents his political credo during 1944–47 [when] he edited the journal Combat, initially published clandestinely by the French Resistance”—Library Journal

Collected for the first time in English, 41 of Albert Camus’s Combat essays trace the evolution of moral and political themes central to his literary works

CONTRIBUTORS: Elizabeth Young-Bruehl.

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Reviews / Endorsements

“Intensely personal, unsystematic, impassioned, partial, utopian, the essays illuminate central insights of [Campus’s] imaginative works.” Freedom Review

“In this remarkable series of brief documents we get an inspiring picture of a man blessed with sanity and courage…Camus was one of the most sane and honest men of the century, and this document records for the first time in English his complete editorials for Combat, which will serve as a warning to revolutionaries even in the centuries to come.”Booklist



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