What is a rebel? A man who says no.
Albert Camus, The Rebel, 1952
Albert Camus (1913 - 1060). Algerian-born French writer. A journalist in France, he was active in the Resistence during World War II. His novels, which owe much to existencialism, include L'Etranger / The Outsider 1942, La Peste / The Plague 1948, and L'Homme révolté / The Rebel 1952. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature 1957.