The Reprieve

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Black Roman temple on a yellow background

September 1939: in a heatwave, Europe tensely awaits the outcome of the Munich conference. In Paris people are waiting too, among them Mathieu, Jacques and Philippe - not one of them ready to fight. Cutting from one scene to the next, Sartre depicts the hopes, fears and self-deception of Munich, building a powerful montage of that critical week when Europe, it its pathetic longing for a reprieve, blinkered itself against the threat of war.

  • Author: Jean Paul Sartre
  • Read by: Steve Hodson
  • Run time: 19 hours, 00 mins  
  • Number of CDs: 1

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  • Format Audio - DAISY
  • Genre History
  • Medium CD

This DAISY book is made to order and is non-returnable, unless faulty. It is packaged in a clear DVD case (no braille markings).

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