Human Kind by Alexander Baron

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...this 1953 collection of war stories is arguably his masterpiece. It's a curious little book, strung together from a sequence of unconnected though clearly autobiographical vignettes.
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This novel is one in a sequence of novels fo llowing the lives of a group of British soldiers during the Second World War. It lays bare the nature of both men and wo men suffering the cruel ordeal of war. Yet the final note is one of hope for human kind. '
 

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Published February 24, 1973 by Cedric Chivers Ltd.. 186 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, War. Fiction
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Reviewed by Alfred Hickling on Jan 10 2012

...this 1953 collection of war stories is arguably his masterpiece. It's a curious little book, strung together from a sequence of unconnected though clearly autobiographical vignettes.

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