Definition of Camus, Albert in English:

Camus, Albert

Syllabification: Ca·mus, Albert
Pronunciation: /kaˈmo͞o
 
/
( 1913–60), French novelist, playwright, and essayist; closely aligned with existentialism. Notable works: The Stranger (1942), The Plague (1947), and The Rebel (1951). Nobel Prize for Literature (1957).

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