Oxford Summer: Shakespeare's Dark Lady Tells All

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2001 - Fiction - 315 pages
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Under The Crooked Cross the swastika is a story about one middleclass German family in the Hitler era and World War II. More than that: it is a story of a whole nation's promise, asserted and corrupted, pain inflicted and suffered and eventually found "guilty" for its march of folly and fury.


Pain and promise belong together. Expiation, redemption and reconciliation are not only worthwhile but possible for persons and nations that have sinned against their neighbors. At least, decades later, such hopes abides.

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D'Artagnan is a pen name for an author who prefers at this time to remain anonymous.

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