Week-end at Zuydcoote
Week-end at Zuydcoote (French: Week-end à Zuydcoote) is a 1949 novel by French author Robert Merle. It won the 1949 Prix Goncourt, France's most prestigious literary prize. It was first published in English in 1950.
In 1964 the novel was adapted to a film called Weekend at Dunkirk (French: Week-end à Zuydcoote), directed by Henri Verneuil, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo. The music for the film was composed by Maurice Jarre.
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