I Spit on Your Graves

I Spit on Your Graves

Boris Vian

released in Paris in 1946 as a hardboiled mystery loaded with intercourse and blood, allegedly censored within the US and "translated" into French--I Spit in your Graves used to be either a natural mystification and direct domestic to American literature and flicks. extra deeply, it was once a violent assault on racism by way of a jazz fan who had already befriended many black musicians and used to be to turn into the nearest French good friend of Ellington, Davis, and Parker. discover why this younger writer outstripped revenues of Malraux, Camus, Sartre, and de Beauvoir while it seemed in France...and maintains to scandalize today.

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