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“Not only a distinguished piece of fiction but also a brilliant piece of reporting on French resistance.” ―Life
“Saying something new about such a work was the central challenge faced by Brown and Stokes. To my surprise, they have succeeded in meeting this challenge.” ―French Review
This is a book everyone interested in WWII should read.It shows that the enemy is not always a monster and that enemies can end up silently acc
knowledgeing one another.
I read the French and the English version. The French is better, more nuanced and more literate, but both are excellent. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bernard M. Patten
I have a copy with the French and English, and knowing a little French, I liked to go back and forth, learning more French. Love that it was written during the occupation.Published 20 months ago by Andi
It's a superb book. Very wonderful translation from French. The introduction is very important for the understanding of the story.Published 20 months ago by Vera Melchert
It's a classic - if you love WW2 history this is what you have to read
It's a short story but I enjoyed every word
I've bought hundreds of books through Amazon, but this is the first time I've been moved to write a review. I was deeply touched by this seemingly simple, small story. Read morePublished on July 15, 2008 by Babs C