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This world-famous author and philosopher was born in 1913 into a Pied-Noir French family in Algeria. Camus was famed for the harshly honest light with which he illuminated the problems plaguing contemporary society, and, in 1957, his artistic skill earned him the Nobel Prize for Literature. He is considered to be one of the most important pioneers of absurdist philosophy. Camus died in a car-crash, aged just 46, three years after receiving his Nobel Prize.