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With the aid of forged documents only to find themselves immured in an Allied refugee camp at KufsteinThe book goes on to tell of Christine's arrival in Paris where she found employment as nurse to a child of her marriage to Georges a Hungarian n'est pas si facile de Epubwhom she had n'est pas si facile de Epubpreviously encountered at Kufstein and of their life together friendless in an alien countryMiss Arnothy has to a remarkable degree the ability to recapture her past experiences and this enables us to sympathize with and even to sha.

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Il n'est pas si facile de vivreRe the feelings of a young girl who is a refugee but who still longs to enjoy the youth she feels passing from her Anxiety and loneliness disappointment and grinding poverty these are daily features of the life of a refugee They could only be overcome by work which was hard yet poorly rewarded by courage and absence of self pity by the determination to become a writer which sustained her and which never weakened These characteristics which Miss Arnothy has shown so conspicuously in her life are communicated with eual intensity in her book.