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Anatole France's The Gods Are A-Thirst

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The Gods Are A-Thirst by Anatole France. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1942. 205 pages. Hardcover. The story of the infernal rise of Évariste Gamelin, a young Parisian painter, involved in the section for his neighborhood of Pont-Neuf. The dark years of the Reign of Terror in Paris, from Year II to Year III. Fiercely Jacobin, Marat and Robespierre's most faithful adherent, Évariste Gamelin soon becomes a juror on the Revolutionary Tribunal.

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Booth & Williams
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Product Information

Materials:
hardcover
Size:
7" L x 1" W x 10" H
Color/Finish:
multi