The Life That I Have

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Souvenir Press Limited, 1999 - Death - 34 pages
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The Life That I Have was the code poem given to Violette Szabo before she went into Occupied France in 1944. Since then it has been an inspiration to many facing death or suffering terminal illness.'

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About the author (1999)

Leo Marks is renowned both as a cryptographer and as a screenwriter. His most famous work, "Peeping Tom, " a terrifying psychological thriller, is a cult classic of 1960s cinema. His father, Benjamin Marks, was the founder and owner of the legendary London bookshop 84 Charing Cross Road.

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