The Plague (Modern Library #109.2)

By: CAMUS, Albert

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Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

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A Modern Library edition of the famed novel by Albert Camus. Written in the author's absurdist style, this is the story of various people in the Algerian city of Oran who are caught up by the dread disease. Experiences of doctors, tourists, officials and a journalist are told from each one's perspective as the city is closed and no one is allowed to leave or enter it. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert. --- In Toledano spine 8 / green cloth / gilt titling on black spine & cover blocks / black topstain / grey Kent endpapers / volume lacks the dust jacket. Likely published c.1962 (though 1948 date appears in book). ML #109.2. --- With prior owner's sticker affixed to front free endpaper and heartfelt gift inscription to verso of ffep, otherwise a clean, tightly-bound and unmarked copy.; 12mo (7 to 7-1/2 in. tall); (6), 278, (4, ads) pages

Title: The Plague (Modern Library #109.2)

Author Name: CAMUS, Albert

Location Published: New York, The Modern Library / Random House: [c.1962]

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Categories: >>Classic Fiction, Literature, >>Modern Library Editions

Stock No.: 87352