New fiction: Wartime rations - The Economist

New fiction: Wartime rations

New fiction: Wartime rations - The Economist
New fiction: Wartime rations
Published Aug 28, 2004
395 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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ALAN FURST writes brilliantly about wartime Europe. He is without peer in his ability to explore the way that war affects individuals' lives in a purely random fashion, and the relationships between people thrown together by events that...

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