Albert Camus is a french writer well known for "L'etranger" and won the literature Nobel Prize. His life started in Algeria where he grew up poor, get his passion for literature and soccer. He then started to write as writer and journalist, and wrote in the newspaper "le combat" during WW2 france occupation. You may also find inside the picture his lofe for Algeria, "la peste", using his pen to fight for justice, the afterwar Paris and Jean Paul Sartre and his tragic death in a car accident.
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