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Letters of Robert Briffault

Arthur Searle

Abstract

ROBERT BRIFFAULT (1873-1948) was a prolific and influential writer in the years between the two world wars. He achieved international fame as a novelist, with the publication of Europa in 1935. It was a first novel, portraying the decadence of western European society. In its sequel, Europa in Limbo (1937), Briffault took his disillusioned hero from the trenches of Flanders to Russia, to fight with new-found conviction for the revolutionary Red Army.

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