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Michel Tournier - The Erl-King (Collins, 1972). New scan. Searchable pdf (clearscan) with contents in bookmarks, accurate metadata and pagination, etc. Newer editions of this book are published under the title The Ogre. I haven't read this novel yet, but it's said to be extremely disturbing. Fair warning. On the other hand, American novelist Fiona Maazel recently described herself as an "evangelist" for this book. She wrote: Not everyone's cup of tea. And for good reason. The novel's about a mechanic turned pederast turned Nazi who's also the Christ bearer, in one way or another. Unbelievably beautiful, rich prose. Dark--so dark--but clear-eyed when it comes to observing the world." description from wikipedia: The Erl-King is a 1970 novel by the French writer Michel Tournier. It is also known as The Ogre. It tells the story of a man who recruits children to be Nazis in the belief that he is protecting them. The novel received the Prix Goncourt. Volker Schlöndorff directed a 1996 film, based on the novel, with the title The Ogre.
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