Neve, de Ed.
Muziek voorop, Amsterdam: Panchaud 2014, 216 pp.
Muziek voorop, first edition 1935, deals with the First World War (Eerste Wereldoorlog) in Paris (Parijs). This book is the only anti-war book in The Netherlands published after the First World War. Ed. de Neve is the pseudonym of writer and journalist Jean Lenglet (1889-1961). Jean Lenglet was a volunteer in the French foreign legion. This novel tells the story of a newlywed French worker, growing into a hero, but losing his illusions in the trenches. Known to specialists in literary history because he was briefly married to Jean Rhys, the now-celebrated author of Wide Sargasso Sea.
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