CAMUS, Albert. The Rebel. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1953.
8vo. Original red cloth, gilt title to spine, printed dustwrapper; pp.273; a very good copy with a little scattered foxing to the edges and endpapers.
First UK edition of Camus' essay on the nature of rebellion and and revolution in Western Europe. A series of loose essays linked together into a greater whole, Camus explores what it means to reject normative justice, the nature of violence, and the distinctions between different forms of disobedience. Translated from the French by Sir Herbert Read.