Download e-book for kindle: A Stricken Field: A Novel by Martha Gellhorn,Caroline Moorehead

By Martha Gellhorn,Caroline Moorehead

ISBN-10: 0226286967

ISBN-13: 9780226286969

Martha Gellhorn used to be one of many first—and most generally read—female warfare correspondents of the 20th century. She is healthier recognized for her fearless reporting in Europe ahead of and through WWII and for her short marriage to Ernest Hemingway, yet she used to be additionally an acclaimed novelist.

In 1938, earlier than the Munich pact, Gellhorn visited Prague and witnessed its transformation from a proud democracy getting ready to conflict Hitler to a rustic occupied through the German military. Born out of this adventure, A bothered Field follows a journalist who returns to Prague after its annexation and reveals her efforts to acquire aid for the refugees and to exhibit the surprising nation of the rustic either challenging and futile. a powerful account of a humans below the brutal oppression of the Gestapo, A Field is Gellhorn’s strongest paintings of fiction.


“[A] courageous, ultimate novel. Its writing is speedy with move and with sympathy; its humans alive with loss of life, if it is easy to positioned it that approach. It leaves one with aching center and questing mind.”—New York bring in Tribune


“The translation of [Gellhorn’s] own testimony into the shape of a singular has . . . strength and point.”—Times Literary Supplement

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