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    EVERYTHING OLD HAS SHAPE SHIFTEDArrow in the Blue The Invisible WritingBy Arthur Koestler1954Darkness at Noon may not be reuired reading any in

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    What a life could really be the three word review of this amazing autobiography installment by Koestler This is second part in the three part autobiography and probably the meatiest I say probably as I still haven't read the third but considering that this covers historically the most interesting time in the life of modern Europe I doubt his life could have been eventful in the latter years I've been an unabashed fan of Koestler

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    I would devide my life to before and after reading Koestler He changed me to a different person He was a man of a generation who witnessed final disaster of civil war in Spain and descending and demolishing of hope by communism in Soviet while confronting the invasion of Fashism in Europe He explained his generation’s pain and frustration as a most brave looser not sophisticated but very simple The best description of

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    Recently while sorting through my bookshelves I came across a battered copy of Arthur Koestler’s most famous novel ‘ Darkness at Noon’ which tells the story of a Bolshevik Rubashov who undergoes imprisonment torture and execution as part of Stalin’s most notorious purge in the late 1930’s I picked it up and started reading but ho

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    Remarkably honest well written and incredibly frustrating While it is impossible to fully understand the dilemma of liberal thought in the second uarter of the 20th century in Europe you would have to be similarly neurotic to understa

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    20th Century history at its best And he advocated a United States of Europe as early as 1940 After WW2 it should have happened and up to a po

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    The last chapter of Koestler's autobiography covers the years 1932 1940 and encompasses his break with Communism and his

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    I can't 'recommend' this as such its misogyny cruelty and self regard are incessant but grimly compelling on the Comintern intelligentsia of the thirties

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    This book details Koestler's experiences as a member of the Communist party in Europe before the Second World War including his experiences of the Party itself the Communist struggle against the rise of Nazism Koestler's travels in the early Soviet Union and his eventual westward before from the crushing inexorable advance of the Third Reich which would certainly have murdered him in its death camps It is a lucid and intensely personal d

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    koestler was famous euro man of letters widely and wildly misinterpreted because he was so out of the box embraced by the right for his expose of the central european show trials in what is considered his masterpiece the nov

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Taken together Arthur Koestler's volumes of autobiography constitute an unrivalled study of twentieth century man and his dilemma Arrow in the Blue ended with his joining the Communist Party and The Inv I would devide my life to before and after reading Koestler He changed me to a different person He was a man of a generation who witnessed final disaster of civil war in Spain and descending and demolishing of hope by communism in Soviet while confronting the invasion of Fashism in Europe He explained his generation s pain and frustration as a most brave looser not sophisticated but very simple The best description of the time is when he says The sun of the age of reason was setting down Arrow in the Blue together with The Invisible Writing are kind of autobiography of first 35 years of Koestler s life