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Book Sources: Albert Camus
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A Happy Death
Call Number: PQ2605.A3734 M6 1973
Translated from the French by Richard Howard; afterword and notes by Jean Sarocchi
Call Number: PQ2605.A3734 E813 1988
Call Number: PQ2605.A3734 Z52 N9
translated from the French, and with a preface and notes, by Philip Thody
Call Number: PQ2605.A3734 Z52 C213
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