Catherine Camus is the executor of her father's estate.
"Humanity's friend, humanity's critic: 50 years after his death,
Albert Camus's work is more relevant than ever."
"Above all, what you can learn from Camus is attitude: his putting up with depressing times, his resistance to exploitation, destruction and hatred over a long time. This attitude is much more important today, bearing in mind the catastrophic state of many areas such as the economy, the arms industry and the environemnt, than it was in Camus' time. . . . Camus could be helpful in times when what matters is not to give up, despite a future that seems hopeless; not to resign, but to continue to resist." --Gunter Grass, Nobel Prize-winning author
"This fascinating and lavishly illustrated album of Camus' photographs, manuscripts, letters, and documents (some of them unpublished), edited by his daughter and literary executor, will prove precious to his readers."--Booklist
"[A] handsome coffee-table book" --Library Journal