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The Mortal Storm
by Phyllis Bottome
introduction by Phyllis Lassner and Marilyn Hoder-Salmon
Northwestern University Press, 1998
Paper: 978-0-8101-1471-5
Library of Congress Classification PR6003.O66M67 1998
Dewey Decimal Classification 823.912

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
A highly acclaimed anti-fascist novel, The Mortal Storm was Phyllis Bottome's dramatic warning against the warmongering, antisemitism, and misogyny of the Nazis. The story pits the developing political and feminist consciousness of Freya Roth against the Nazi machine that will destroy the fabric of her family and nation. In its combination of adventure and love story, political analysis and history, The Mortal Storm remains a powerful reminder of the greatest crisis of the twentieth century, as well as a riveting personal saga.

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