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Sartre and Camus

In/Justice and Freedom in the Algerian Context

Ouarda Larbi Youcef

Algeria's foremost intellectuals, remains a rather controversial figure for the Algerians. It is an established fact that he was among the few Pieds-noirs 2 , the name given to the French colonists, to dare report on the unfair rule imposed on the

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Editors’ Introduction

Constance L. Mui and T Storm Heter

chance of surviving given Sartre's unwavering commitment to the Algerians’ cause, and Camus’ reluctance to support the idea of independence. As a pied-noir, Camus saw the land as belonging to everyone and was concerned about any violence that might be

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Book Reviews

Sarah Horton and Adrian van den Hoven

moral ones.” (383) Peter Dunwoodie is equally illuminating on Camus and Algeria. He details the history of Algeria as a colony and the role of the pieds noirs . He speaks of “[t]he imaginary geography that feeds Camus's Algeria;” (391) considers Camus