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Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À Henri Barbusse 1873 1935 was a French novelist and a member of the French Communist PartyThe son of a French father and an English mother Barbusse was born in Asnières sur Seine France in 1873 Although he grew up in a small town he left for Paris in 1889 at age 16 In 1914 at the age of 41 he enlisted in the French Army and served against Germany in World War I Invalided out of the army

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  1. Gaurav Gaurav says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer Epub What am I? What am I? Oh I must I must find an answer to this question because another question hangs from it like a threat What is to become of me? There is no paradise other than what we ourselves take into the immense tombs of the churches There is no hell other than our mad longing to liveHeaven or hell? How do we decide it? What is the criterion for it? Whether we are living in one or we m


  2. Glenn Russell Glenn Russell says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer Epub The Inferno alternate title Hell by Henri Barbusse makes for one strange reading experience We have our first person narrator a thirty year old gent who takes up residence in a Paris rooming house only to discover a crack in the wall where he can remain undetected as he observes the happenings in the next room Then there’s the dialogue and action of the various occupants of that next room who come and go all filtered through the alembic of the voyeuristic narrator And what intriguing characters they are acting out the drama of their lives under the voyeur’s watchful eye Among others two preadolescent fledgling lovers a sentimental romantic and her tall mustachioed stiff jaundice


  3. BlackOxford BlackOxford says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer EpubRejecting Absolute MiseryI think the reason I enjoy Barbusse is the chance to escape into another reality an unexpected metaphysics I get the same sense while reading Poe Both create an enclosed world in which things happen that are eternal and somehow immune from the trivial influences of everyday life In the era of Trump I find this somewhat comfortingThe reader sees only what the unnamed protagonist sees in The Inferno And since this narrator barely interacts with the fellow residents in his Parisian boarding house what he sees is almost all there is He and everyone else are Leibnizian Monads self contained self conscious entities which bound and re bound off one another like balls on a billiard table As one of his characte


  4. Paquita Maria Sanchez Paquita Maria Sanchez says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer EpubBasically I read this at exactly the right time so if you do precisely that except on purpose you may just love it as much as I accidentally did willynilly perchance it just so happened Simple right? Filled to the brim as it may be with obvious isms and what could easily be presented by a lazier less intuitive writer as sappy woe is me ness there's something terribly honest about Hell that manages to dance around the lost in translation trap without tripping down that chasm of redundancy despite the oft repeated statement of the narrator that we are all alone even in the presence of the closest of companions Lord I know it sounds trite but would you just trust me that it maintains a certain light hand stroking your back and whispering rather than screaming it like a pretentious existentialist drill sergeant? What the hell is that supposed to mean me? Plot? Sort of a man spies on various rendezvous through a hole i


  5. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer Epub“And I? I am a man like every other man just as that evening was like every other evening”But he is a witness to the world And the novel is an allegory of Gen


  6. Eadweard Eadweard says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer EpubBeautiful bookTo die The idea of death is decidedly the most important of all ideas I should die some day Had I ever thought of it? I reflected No I had never thought of it I could not You can no look destiny in the face than you can look at the sun and yet destiny is grey It was suicide Others killed themselves with poison or with a revolver I killed myself with minutes and hours To cease to love is worse than to hate for say what you will death is worse than suffering I am sorry for the men and women who go through life together in the chains of indifference I am sorry for the poor heart t


  7. aya aya says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer EpubI thought that this book would be good as a salacious voyeuristic romp I was completely wrong Barbusse uses his main character's


  8. Kelly Kelly says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer EpubWow Little did I know how much this book would strike me It was so human and beautifully written


  9. Mark Mark says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer EpubThis is the problem Not as I see it no This IS the problem The problem is this an insufferable narrator who assumes he knows everything See how annoying that is? Now imagine you proceed despite this arrogant ass and you find a very good novelette buried among the prolix musings Makes it difficult to jive dunnit? See to put it bluntly th


  10. عماد العتيلي عماد العتيلي says:

    Paperback Ñ L'enfer MOBI À l'enfer epub, L'enfer Epub“Who will dare to tell everything?who will have the genius to see everything?”This book is a maze It's like a very difficult puzzle that nobody can solve And when you read it you realize that that maze and that puzzle are just YOU It's a mirror actually simply reflects your own image When you see your image you'll be really shocked You'll scream for help maybe You'll realize the Hell you're living in “There is no hell no inferno except the frenzy of living”It's in this book you'll meet yourself It's one of the best books I've ever read It's the story of a man who watches his neighbors through a hole in one of the walls in his room Though he tells different stories but you can sense a lot of similarities between t


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