Definition of Camus, Albert in English:

Camus, Albert

proper noun

  • (1913–60), French novelist, playwright, and essayist, closely aligned with existentialism. Notable works: "The Outsider" (novel, 1942), "The Plague" (novel, 1947), and "The Rebel" (essay, 1951). Nobel Prize for Literature (1957).

Pronunciation

Camus, Albert

/ˈkamuː//kamy/