New York: The Modern Library, 1957. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good / Good. Item #2308819
1964-66 printing, Toledano 352.1, binding jacket style 11k, blank verso, $2.45 jacket price, grey Rockwell Kent endpapers. Sticker on front endpaper, jacket rubbed with a few light spots.
361,  pp. 8vo. A novel and six short stories by the Nobel prize-winning author, collected in one volume: The Fall: "Elegantly styled, Camus' profoundly disturbing novel of a Parisian lawyer's confessions is a searing study of modern amorality."; Exile and the Kingdom: "From a variety of masterfully rendered perspectives, these six stories depict people at painful odds with the world around them. A wife can only surrender to a desert night by betraying her husband. An artist struggles to honor his own aspirations as well as society's expectations of him. A missionary brutally converted to the worship of a tribal fetish is left with but an echo of his identity. Whether set in North Africa, Paris, or Brazil, the stories in Exile and the Kingdom are probing portraits of spiritual exile, and man's perpetual search for an inner kingdom in which to be reborn. They display Camus at the height of his powers."