Darkness at noon

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The New American Library, 1961 - Soviet Union - 222 pages
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User Review  - MiaCulpa - LibraryThing

A superlative novel by Koestler that envisages the Stalinist purges so well, at a time that presumably meant that Koestler had to watch his back for any ice pick wielding figures. Once a leading ... Read full review

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Former high party official Nicholas Rubashov (a fictional character) is arrested during Stalin's great purges. Once praised and esteemed, he is now treated as a counter-revolutionary and traitor. We ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD BY PETER VTERECK Vli
15
THE SECOND HEARING
89
THE THIRD HEARING
143
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