"With her monstrous appetite, raucous laugh and scorching sensuality, Maria Casarès was born and grew up in Galicia, fled Franco in 1936, and came to Paris at 14. She very soon wanted to learn the unforgiving French language, become an actress, express herself physically, dance, love… Nothing could stop her, not rejection from the Conservatoire, nor Paris etiquette. Her talent swiftly earned recognition, and she became one of the greatest tragedians of the second half of the Twentieth Century. She was also Albert Camus’ “One and only”. They had a sixteen-year relationship, a tormented love kept in the shadows, but it flourished through a fascinating correspondence." ~ from https://www.editions-stock.fr/sites/default/files/webmaster/plantagenet_lunique_5.pdf
The book is available at the Library; Call. No.: 92 Cas [in Greek].
Ask your Librarian to assist you in finding this book, or you can search through the Library Catalog for more details on this book.