Scholar discovers Darkness at Noon in the original German, translators the world over sharpen their pencils
Since its publication in 1940, Darkness at Noon, Arthur Koestler’s finest novel, has arrived at the hands of readers with a sizable caveat: despite being written in German, it is… Read more »
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