"You, my love, will be poor, so as to be more like all other women.
In order for us to live together I shall work all day and so be
your servant. You will work affectionately for us both in this room
-- and in my absence there will be nothing beside you but the pure,
simple presence of your sewing machine. You will practice patience
which is as long as life -- and maternity, which is as heavy as the
Henri Barbusse (1874-1935) describes life in terms as realistic
as possible in this novel of the lone individual coming to grips
with the quiet tragedy of existence. Published as "L'Enfer" in
1908, "The Inferno" cemented Barbusse's reputation as successor to
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