“Darkness At Noon”: A Discovery

Michael Scammell writes about the discovery of a German version of Arthur Koestler‘s classic novel “Darkness at Noon.” To wit: ‘The implications of [this] discovery are considerable, for” Darkness at Noon” is that rare specimen, a book known to the world only in translation. This peculiar distinction has been little discussed in the vast critical literature about Koestler and his famous novel.

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