Pierre et Luce
|Original title||Pierre et Luce|
Published in English
|Pages||136 pp (first English edition, hardcover)|
|LC Class||PZ3.R65 Pi|
Pierre et Luce is a 1920 novel by the Nobel Prize-winning French author Romain Rolland. It focuses on the impact of the First World War on two lovers, Pierre and Luce. The older brother of Pierre is off fighting on the Western Front. The novel also seems to depict the Paris Gun attack on the St-Gervais-et-St-Protais Church.
The German punk band Die Skeptiker wrote a song "Pierre und Luce" based on the novel.
- Pierre and Luce, Ellicott City, MD: Mondial, 2007, paperback, ISBN 1-59569-060-3
- Pierre and Luce, London: Onesuch Press, 2011, paperback, ISBN 978-0987153258
- Pierre and Luce at Internet Archive (scanned books original editions English translations)
- Pierre and Luce at LibriVox (audiobook English)
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