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The Look of Death

A strong indictment of human stupidity in general, and the absurdity of war in particular.
Michel Wagner

“In his Belgian Lorraine where he was born and lives, Michel Wagner has always contemplated the battlefields of the Great War that nothing, neither time nor oblivion, has been able to erase. From his personal relationship with the region has emerged this tale of flesh, mud, blood, but also of friendship and love.” The first novel of a writer-philosopher who casts around him a meaningful gaze of contemplation to better understand how his homeland has been shaped by war.

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