KOESTLER, Arthur and Albert CAMUS. Reflexions sur La Peine Capitale.

(Paris): Calmann-Levy, 1957.  First edition.  Octavo.  238 pages.  Introduction and essay by Jean Bloch-Michel.  A volume in which Camus and Koestler present their philosophical reflections on capital punishment.  The book is divided into three sections, the first section of the book captures the reflections on hanging by Arthur Koestler, the second presents the reflections on the guillotine by Albert Camus, and the third section, by Jean Bloch-Michel, reflects on the death penalty. A very good copy in card covers with paper dust jacket.  Jacket toned at spine.  Published in an edition of 250 numbered copies and 10 copies hors commerce.   


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