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5.0 out of 5 stars A perfect melding of reader and subject matter., 19 Sept. 2000
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This review is from: Iron in the Soul (Twentieth Century Classics) (Paperback)
My second favourite novel. This final part of the "Roads to Freedom" trilogy was actually the first Sartre book I read, but despite this I was soon captivated by characters like Mathieu, Boris, Lola and Ivich and the writing which allows the reader to merge with the characters in a way that seems unique to Sartre's writing. As befits Sartre's best work, there are many great scenes. The two standout scenes have to be Mathieu in the watch tower and the last scene on the train. These scenes linger in the mind long afterwards. Other memorable scenes include Daniel walking the deserted streets of Paris, the flight of Sarah and Pablo, and Gomez visiting the art gallery in New York.
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Iron in the Soul (Twentieth Century Classics) by Jean-Paul Sartre (Paperback - 26 April 1990)
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