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The man who wanted to be guilty

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M. Boyars , London, Boston
StatementHenrik Stangerup ; translated into English by David Gress-Wright.
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LC ClassificationsPT8176.29.T3 M313 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3787542M
ISBN 100714527335
LC Control Number81052332

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Man Who Wanted to Be Guilty, Paperback by Stangerup, Henrik; Gress-Wright, David (TRN), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US In a hypothetical future where the government denies human emotion, Torben, a former novelist, murders his wife, but is unable to get the state to admit his guilt.

Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stangerup, Henrik. Man who wanted to be guilty. London ; Boston: M. Boyars, (OCoLC) The man who wanted to be guilty by Stangerup, Henrik.,M. Boyars edition, in EnglishPages:   The Man Who Wanted to Be Guilty. By Henrik Stangerup ISBN Publication Year: Torben, as Stangerup’s version of an artistic Everyman, struggles throughout the book with the question of how an act of passion, whether it be writing a book or committing a murder, can exist in a world where passion has been disallowed.

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Met with much opposition, he continues to advocate for the boy. We learn that he is an architect, by trade. 9th Juror. 9th Juror is an old man.

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