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The Reprieve

January 11th, 2003

Jean Paul Sartre, Translated By Eric Sutton


A stream of consciousness tale of the eight days leading up to the signing of the Munich Pact, postponing the German invasion of Czechoslovakia, covering the thoughts of characters all over France. Sartre’s style is amazing, he switches narrator in mid paragraph yet the reader does not loose his barring, and the effect conveys the urgency and uncertainty of the times.

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