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Life, it seems, is a matter of which window we choose to observe it from.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. By this time, Barbusse had become a pacifist, and his writing demonstrated his growing hatred of militarism. Don’t have a Kindle? Alas, one day I mat say to you: And it will happen again and again and again… No, I had never thought of it.

What a good thing it is to be frank and speak without reticence, without the shame and guilt of not knowing what one is saying and for each to go straight to the other. The man leaves his home and life to hole up in the hotel where he is having a midlife crisis in extremis. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.


Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. View all 3 comments. Preview — Hell by Henri Barbusse. And one of the first books I’ve ever read. A Tom Waits quote came to mind over and over again as I read this little diamond in the rough: Where is God, then, where is God? While this focus gives the narrator much to consider, it slowed the book down nearly to a halt for me. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

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Nov 09, Ali rated it really liked it. I put off appointments, delayed my walks, gained time at the risk of losing my position.

It is I who have brought the stars and hnri centuries into being, I who have evolved the firmament in my head. There is no hell other than our mad longing to live.

barrbusse You’ll realize the “Hell” you’re living in. I should die some day. This is my first co-read, so my utter ineptitude at putting my literary analyses into words is prominently showing. I left my room only to go down to dinner, where nothing interested me any more. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.


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View all 6 comments. Human, as self- conscious beings who are condemned to hell right from their birth. I cannot emerge from my mind. These are some basic questions which come to a typical mind when we th What am I?

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And the novel is an allegory of Genesis, a profound parable of existence. Their mouths and their eyes were those of Adam and Eve. Toward the end of his stay at the rooming house, we read: Truth itself bestows an adequate gratification, both practical and so to speak mystical, on that supplicant from whom heaven springs.