|Format||3 Audio CD|
|label||Fremeaux & Associes|
June 1942, a small book was published : “L’Etranger” (The stranger). The unknown author was a 28 years old who was to soon modify the history of both literature and philosophy of th 20th century, expressing the absurdity of the human destiny. This man is Albert CAMUS, who was awarded the Nobel prize in 1957. On April 7, 8 and 9 1954, Albert CAMUS recorded the integrality of his most famous work “L’Etranger” for the National Radio. This 3-CD set offers a restored edition of this reading by Albert Camus himself (in French) of “L’Etranger”. Includes a 16 pages booklet written by Roger Grenier, who Camus helped to become a journalist for “Combat”, and who wrote a intellectual biography on Albert Camus.