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De donkere kamer van Damokles (1958)
by Willem Frederik Hermans, Philip Freriks (Afterword), Christiaan Weijts (Contributor), Studio Ron van Roon (Cover designer), Claudia de Breij (Foreword), Christine Koole (Contributor), Frank & Maarten Meester (Contributor), Justus Johannes Enschedé (Editor)
The Darkroom of Damocles by Willem Frederik Hermans (1958)
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During the German occupation of Holland, Tobacconist Henri Osewoudt is visited by Dorbeck. Dorbeck is Osewoudt's spitting image in reverse. Henri is blond & beardless with a high voice; Dorbeck is dark-haired, & his voice is deep. Dorbeck gives Osewoudt a series of dangerous assignments: helping British agents & eliminating traitors.
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