Book Description

Description : 1/1 First UK edition Némirovsky's final novel, written under extraordinary circumstances. Partially written and published posthumously in 2004 by Editions Denoël. The Appendices in this edition provide important details regarding Némirovsky's plans for the remains three books along with potent correspondence that reveals her own family's terrible situation. Némirovsky was killed at Auschwitz in 1942, a victim of the Holocaust. Translated from the French by Sandra Smith Condition: Fine Condition. Textblock clean and and bright throughout. Size : 240mm x 160mm
Author Némirovsky, Iréne
Date 2006
Binding Hardcover
Publisher Chatto & Windus
Condition Fine

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