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Anatole France (1844 - 1924) was a French poet, journalist, and novelist who wrote several best sellers. The Revolt of the Angels is a mischievous take on the theology of modern society; it chronicles the thoughts of Arcade, a lowly guardian angel, as he discovers the ugly truths of his divine master in the library of his human charge. As Maurice, the young man abandoned by Arcade, struggles to get his guardian back, one gets a view of a wide variety of the author’s artistic personalities, most of whom are fallen angels. The Revolt of the Angels is a clever and unconventional comedy with profound views on politics, religion, and human nature.

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  • Yesenia R
  • 10-04-2020

Reader is not great

The reader was very robotic, Quite boring.
Disappointing because this is supposed to be a great novel!

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