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George G Harrap, London - reprint edition, 1960. hardcover, 7 1/2" x 5" (lacks jacket). Tan cloth-bound boards with black type to spine, with title and fleur d'lies to front. Book in VERY GOOD condition. A five-act dramatic work by this acclaimed novelist & playwright, with text in French, and 23-page Introduction, Bibliography, and Notes in English. Photo portrait of Camus as frontispiece. Can even the purest ideals justify hatred and murder? Camus believed people need to accept moral responsibility for their action; in this, his best play (about a group of Russian terrorists), Camus uses court reports & diaries for authenticity, and won critical acclaim for his pure structure and stringent dialogue.