Varian Fry was a flawed man who was transformed by the advent of war in Europe, finding his purpose as the saviour of hundreds of people facing death under the Nazis, including great literary and artistic figures such as Andre Breton, Heinrich Mann, Marc Chargall and Max Ernst. Marino traces the progress of the rescue operations, and reveals the personality of Fry.
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