Book review of Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler.
BOOK REPORT DARKNESS AT NOON
Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler is a fiction story, which depicts the life of what appears to be a Bolshevik member during the revolutionary periods of Russia. Although the author doesn't name the country where the story line takes place nor does he give real names, it's pretty obvious Koestler is writing about Russia (Country of the Revolution), Stalin (Number One), Lenin (the old man with the slanting tartar eyes) and the Revolutionary period of the late 1930s. The main character, N. S. Rubashov, a victim of Stalin's (Number One) rule of terror is imp…
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