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In it, O’Brien claims that Barbusse is “one of the most distinguished contemporary French writers of short stories.

It’s the story of a man who watches his neighbors through a hole in one of the walls in his room. And it will happen again and again and again… Rejecting Absolute Misery I think the reason I enjoy Barbusse is the chance to escape into another reality, an unexpected metaphysics. Refresh and try again.

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I do not know whether the universe has any reality apart from me. We must guard the bond that links us to blood and earth. We think therefore we are. It inrierno one excited to read each chapter after the other making you feel that you are the one who is in that hotel room, waiting each night to peek through that little hole in the wall.

View all 8 comments. Nov 09, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: View shipping rates and policies Average Customer Review: What a beautiful, mindblowing book. Possibly because the narrator became addicted to looking through the hole in the wall. I believe in myself and I am alone, since I cannot emerge from myself. They wandered in the penetrating light of paradise without knowledge. It is almost a miracle. Early on it seemed that many different personages would pass through the spied upon room, and thus a broad A great concept: Lovely book, but dark, dark, dark.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The author strips man of all his externals and perhaps that is what he wishes to show. Life, it seems, is a matter of which window we choose to observe it eo.

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Quotes from The Inferno. All these philosophical discussions seem to be futile, nothing can be checked, nothing can be proved to be true. On this here comment thread, me and Knig-o-lass are discussing ihfierno book after jenri co-read it. Joy goes hand in hand with sorrow. Thus, Heaven is often symbolized by light or brightness as a realm of bliss, whereas Hell is characterized as dark or shadowy, a realm of anguish and suffering.

It’s a must read. And what intriguing ch The Inferno alternate title – Hell by Henri Barbusse makes for one strange reading experience.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Hell by Henri Barbusse. It’s a bzrbusse humanistic work of art, which beautifully portrays life, love, death, human instinct, details, through a hole in a shabby hotel room. Human suffering is a positive thing, which requires a positive answer, and sad as it wl, the word is beautiful, because of the absolute truth it contains.


The time is most often twilight, with its romantic penumbra, darkening into the obscurity of night by imperceptible degrees. You could tell that they were speaking open-heartedly. When — through triumphant curiosity, though forbidden by God himself — they learned the secret, the sky was darkened. His later works, Manifeste aux Intellectuels Elevations and others show a more revolutionary standpoint. It is because we are not self-contained that we suffer. Jul 25, Mark rated it liked it. View all 45 comments.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. And he believes that people all over the world are outsiders, but they’re lost and blind and don’t know it! I can’t write ‘peeping tom’ without hearing Michael J. The problem of life however is not the removal of suffering; it the the realization of happiness within the suffering.