Two outstanding stories of war in a single volume, from the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature: the short story A Soldiers Legacy and The Silent Angel, Boll's haunting first novel. "...staggering in its intensity and evocation of despair and shock... an occasion for renewing our appreciation for Boll's genius"--Booklist. "...terrifically on target with its series of tragic, ascetically drawn tableaux...a great document..."--Kirkus.
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Heinrich Böll recieved the Nobel Prize for literature in 1927. His novels include The Clown and Billiards at Half-Past Nine. He died in 1985 in Germany
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Original Language: German
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