THE BLOOD OF OTHERS by Simons de Beauveir

THE BLOOD OF OTHERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

and who progresses toward a philosophy and understanding of the world he lives in. From his French bourgeois background he goes through a revolutionary period with Communism, fights for unionism, develops through action as well as argumentative battles with his friends; with the war and the occupation by the Germans, values are changed and they find themselves in conflict with a whole new world. Learning that it is easy to pay with the blood of others, but that liberty is the only thing for which to fight, the group meets its fate as friend, foe, traitor or patriot. The shift from subjective to objective demands close attention, makes for a closely detailed picture of French youth in a time of decision.

Publisher: Knopf