The Revolutionary: A Novel

The Revolutionary: A Novel

Hans Koning / Feb 17, 2020
The Revolutionary A Novel Somewhere in Europe a young man dreams of revolution In the presence of danger somehow sustaining his dream In the face of death somehow keeping alive his need to root new hope in the barren existen
  • Title: The Revolutionary: A Novel
  • Author: Hans Koning
  • ISBN: 9780233960401
  • Page: 375
  • Format: None
  • Somewhere in Europe a young man dreams of revolution In the presence of danger, somehow sustaining his dream In the face of death, somehow keeping alive his need to root new hope in the barren existence of people oppressed by brutal authority.Driven by the ease of giving up, by the ever beckoning warmth of the life he left to kindle some competing flame in the cold of toSomewhere in Europe a young man dreams of revolution In the presence of danger, somehow sustaining his dream In the face of death, somehow keeping alive his need to root new hope in the barren existence of people oppressed by brutal authority.Driven by the ease of giving up, by the ever beckoning warmth of the life he left to kindle some competing flame in the cold of too much suffering, sharing that suffering to the point where defiance is an impoverished gesture, here is the revolutionary seen in the light of grey reality a small, sad figure escaping into shadows and only emerging in sleep.Until that sudden reawakening Until that morning, when winter is past
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    1. Wenster was a political refugee from so many different countries that he sometimes awoke in the night in a panic, thinking that he had mistakingly gone back to one on the list.Koningsberger drives this short fiction through the chiefly psychological drama of the revolutionary character called A He is a kind of an archetype, being the young socialist student born into privilege but dedicating himself to eradicating it, though he is constantly caught between his background and his foreground, both [...]



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