The Night Of The New Moon (Vintage Classics)

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9780099428770: The Night Of The New Moon (Vintage Classics)

This book is the remarkable story of his experiences in the prison camp, but it is also a meditation on the morality of the Bomb, a compassionate and moving contemplation of human violence.

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"Deserves to be placed among the short list of distinguished books to be written out of the experience of captivity in the last war. It is a classic." - Stuart Hood

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Laurens van der Post was in a POW camp in Java when the bombs that ended the war demolished first Hiroshima and then Nagasaki

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