In This Review

Nightmare
Nightmare
By Jean Rounault
Crowell, 1952, 267 pp.

A French journalist and citizen, who had been born in Transylvania, was deported to a labor camp in the Donets Basin when the Russians entered Rumania. The underlying grimness of all such experiences is present in his narrative, but the writing is somewhat quieter, with greater emphasis on the human foibles and corruptibility of his Soviet guardians.