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London: J M Dent & Co, 1929. Translated from the original french by Fitzwater Wray and intoduced by Brian Rhys. 2nd English Edition revised. The author won the coveted Prix de Concourt with this novel, based it on his own trench diaries, writing it in hospital and finishing it in six months; a living record of a profound and terrible human experience, of all the novels of the 1914-18 conflict. In the mold of 'All quiet on the Western Front'. Red cloth boards with gilt spine title, embossed front board, arts & crafts end papers, frontspiece and title page. Original publishers d/w, with browned d/w spine and minor chips. Apristine copy very tight and bright. NEAR FINE. First Thus. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good++. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.