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Neither Victims nor Executioners by  Albert Camus - Reprint. 3rd Printing - from Sweet Beagle Books and Biblio.co.uk

Neither Victims nor Executioners

by Camus, Albert

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


NY. NY: Liberation. Very Good with no dust jacket. Reprint. 3rd Printing. Pamphlet. A stapled booklet. Covers are sunned at extremities, light corner bumps, light soil. Contents are unmarked. . [1960] Reprinted from the February 1960 issue of Liberation, this piece by Camus first appeared in the fall of 1946 in Combat, the daily newspaper of the French Resistance. Translated by Dwight Macdonald, Introduction by Waldo Frank. 23pp. . 8vo - 8" to 9" tall. 23 pages. B3 .

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