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by Henri Barbusse

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Henri Barbusse
Hard Press (November 3, 2006)
Thrillers & Suspense
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Although Henri Barbusse grew up in a small town, he left for Paris in 1889 at age 16. In 1914, at the age of 41. The Inferno by Henri Barbusse A young man staying in a Paris boarding house finds a hole in the wall above his bed. Alternately voyeur and seer.

Death had already put an end to even his faintest quiverings. His wonderful companion sat exactly where his fixed eyes fell on her, at the foot of the bed. of the bed with her beautiful hands drooping. Her profile sloped downward slightly, that fine design, that delicate etching of eternal sweetness upon the gentle background of the evening. Under the dainty arch of her eyebrows her large eyes swam clear and pure, miniature skies

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by. Barbusse, Henri, 1873-1935. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Inferno. Note: Translation of L'Enfer. gutenberg etext 12414.

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  • Very interesting book. I had no idea what it was even about before I started to read it and got hooked

  • This is observations of what we now call a voyeur of love stories and interactions of people of all ages and circumstances. Though it tries to be mysterious and dramatic it fails. You need to be patient to get through it. If you are looking for a read that will not hold your attention then this is the book for you.

  • I was caught off guard by the swift brilliance of this work. At first I thought it was merely some great poetry over some vague storyline but, no: suddenly, it all kicked in! The characters came to life and the prose flowed, constant. It is definitely a short book worth reading again and again. Enjoy!

  • I have always wanted to read this book, and when I did, I was not disappointed. Captures the imagination! Riveting!

  • It reveals the lives of people when they think they are not being watched.

    I had the free Kindle version.

  • This is not a review of the book itself, but of this particular publication. While it doesn't effect the content, this edition of the book is in an oddy large format. It's somewhere around 11" x 9" in dimension, rather than the size of a standard paperback book. Just a heads up!

  • One of my favorites