All the days of the week are alike, from their beginning
to their end.
At seven in the evening one hears the clock strike
gently, and then the instant tumult of the bell.
I close the des...
The importance of Henri Barbusse is twofold: first as the author of Le Feu (1916; translated as Under Fire, 1917), the best known and most influential French antiwar novel written during World War I; ...