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into the courtyard that led to his offices, "what nobody ever organized before
Charles E. Bedaux came along was the concept of the distribution of energy." He
was opening doors now. "Human energy, you understand." We got into an
Bedaux lowered his eyes, thought about his answer for a moment and then said;
"surely, Mister Mauberley, you cannot imagine you are being drawn into a world,
by joining us, where one is not endangered." I did not reply to this for a while.
Bedaux sighed. "Put it this way," he said. "From time to time, Monsieur Coty and
his friends are useful to us. It is that simple." I bit my tongue. "Oh," I said. "I see."
He opened the door into the outer office. The clatter of a ticker-tape machine ...
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Famous Last WordsAvis d'utilisateur - EffeLou - Babelio
Famous Last Words par Timothy Findley Le roman se déroule pendant la deuxième guerre mondiale. Hugh Selwyn Mayberly (réincarnation d'Ezra Pound, poète américain proche des fascistes italiens et ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Wow! This was one terrific book. I have a new admiration for Findley's writing and I'm glad I've got Headhunter on the TBR pile. In this book, Findley has an imaginary person (Hugh Selwyn Mauberley, a ... Consulter l'avis complet