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If you haven't read this yet you really should. It is an exquisite cameo, a touching tale about war and the decisions that young people must make that affect the rest of their lives. Set about a century ago it is poignant, beautiful and skilfully crafted like all of Camy's work.

A real jewel and well worth reading. Strongly recommended.


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Thanks for pointing it out. It is exquisite, and captivating, in a scary sort of way, but sadly, for me, I couldn't grasp what was actually happening. I have a hard time 'reading between the lines' and that's one of my handicaps, which shows up when I least expect it, although most often with poems. So, while I can appreciate it, I am missing the full depth of it, through no fault of the author.

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