Series: Virago Modern Classics. Paperback: 287 pages. Publisher: Penguin (July 1, 1986). Triolet secretly published this book during the war, and thus is not merely a chronicle of, but also part of the actual fight against Nazi occupation.
Series: Virago Modern Classics. Triolet tells stories of men and women who found themselves, either by choice or necessity, engaged with the resistance movement. Given the subject matter, it likely comes as no surprise that these are haunting stories. They are extremely atmospheric: cold, hunger, uncertainty, all are omnipresent in these tales, and are vividly presented to the reader. While these sensory experiences are so vivid, other things have been normalized.
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Shelves: 016, virago-books. Triolet quickly establishes an atmosphere of surveillance and constant fear
Shelves: 016, virago-books. Triolet quickly establishes an atmosphere of surveillance and constant fear. The suspense that she builds when Juliette is under pressure to reveal the whereabouts of her co-worker and lover clearly owes its strength to Triolet’s first-hand experience of narrow escapes when she worked for the resistance.
195 One Fine Day Mollie Panter-Downes. 196 The Gentlewomen Laura Talbot. 200 The Street Ann Petry. 206 A Stricken Field Martha Gellhorn. 207 A Fine of Two Hundred Francs Elsa Triolet. 197 On the Side of the Angels Betty Miller. 198 Adam’s Breed Radclyffe Hall. 199 Their Eyes were watching God Zora Neale Hurston. 201 Open the Door! Catherine Carswell. 208 Losing Battles Eudora Welty. 209 Mary O’Grady Mary Lavin.
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The New York Times Archives. View on timesmachine. THE France of 1940, as Elsa Triolet re-creates it with eyewitness details in these three Gon-court Prize-winning novels, was a country of divergent purposes.