The Reprieve

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The Reprieve
Cover of the 1992 English edition of Jean-Paul Sartre's The Reprieve, Vintage Press edition.
Cover of the 1992 English edition of Jean-Paul Sartre's The Reprieve, Vintage Press edition.
Author Jean-Paul Sartre
Original title Le Sursis
Translator Eric Sutton
Country France
Language French
Series The Roads to Freedom
Genre Novel
Publisher Gallimard, Knopf, Vintage
Publication date
1945
Published in English
1947
Pages 464
ISBN ISBN 0-679-74078-3 (Vintage)
OCLC 25026430
843/.914 20
LC Class PQ2637.A82 S813 1992
Preceded by The Age of Reason
Followed by Troubled Sleep

(Also see the main article on the book series The Roads to Freedom).

The Reprieve (French: Le sursis) is a 1945 novel by Jean-Paul Sartre.

It is the second part in the trilogy The Roads to Freedom. It concerns life in France during the eight days before the signing of the Munich Agreement and the subsequent takeover of Czechoslovakia in September 1938.