Cover of the 1992 English edition of Jean-Paul Sartre's Troubled Sleep, Vintage Press edition.
|Original title||La mort dans l'âme|
|Series||The Roads to Freedom|
|Publisher||Gallimard, Knopf, Vintage|
Published in English
|ISBN||ISBN 0-679-74079-1 (Vintage)|
|LC Class||PQ2637.A82 M5613 1992|
|Preceded by||The Reprieve|
(Also see the main article on the book series The Roads to Freedom).
Troubled Sleep (French: La mort dans l'âme) is a 1949 novel by Jean-Paul Sartre. The book was originally translated as Iron in the Soul. It is the third part in the trilogy Les chemins de la liberté (The Roads to Freedom).
"The third novel in Sartre's monumental Roads to Freedom series, Troubled Sleep powerfully depicts the fall of France in 1940, and the anguished feelings of a group of Frenchmen whose pre-war apathy gives way to a consciousness of the dignity of individual resistance - to the German occupation and to fate in general - and solidarity with people similarly oppressed." - Random House
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