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By Roberta Newnham

Aimed to coincide with the centenary of Malraux's start, André Malraux: An Age of Oppression is the 1st translation/annotated variation of Le Temps de mépris in a accomplished layout. the tale (with the emphasis upon the mental trauma suffered by way of a German political prisoner of the Nazis within the early Thirties) marks an important second in Malraux's literary oeuvre, and a prophetic perception into the historic implications of the location triumphing in pre-World conflict II Nazi Germany.

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Below lies a counter-revolutionary city littered with commemorative plaques, trinkets and shrines. This is Old Russia whose blood-steeped blind mysticism barely shrouds the sight of the partisans’ corpses that hang from the church bells. The incoming battalion of soldiers from another region, who have been sent as reinforcements up to the stricken partisan army’s lines and who are unfamiliar with the area, takes cover in a wood, armed with a single machine-gun. The fortress has dungeons inside it and inside one of these there’s a prisoner.

An old anarchist friend of his, who had managed to convert some of his fellowpatients into conscientious objectors when he’d been ill and in a military hospital, had been put in a bed between the wall and a madman in the bed next to him. There was no reason to suppose that it might not be one of the guards who’d heard his own knocking and was deliberately rapping out a random series of meaningless knocks in reply, was there? The knocking started again. Only a prisoner would have this kind of patience, a blind man’s patience; someone who’d gone off his head could never manage to concentrate so hard and knock on the wall with such painstaking efforts.

The door closed again. When Kassner had been feeling closest to committing suicide, just facing reality had been enough to revive him and make him regain his strength. Earlier, even when the SA men had come into his cell, and in spite of the screams coming from the cells nearby, his fears and distress had evaporated the minute they had come in. He well knew what suffering from insomnia was like, with its tendency to make one keep going over and over one’s problems and sorrows in every minute detail with insectlike precision: that was the sort of world he was struggling in.

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