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To Live Out Loud
A Novel
by Paulette Mahurin
Fiction – Historical – Personage
172 Pages
Reviewed on 03/21/201

Book Review

Reviewed by Raanan Geberer for Readers’ Favorite

To Live Out Loud: A Novel by Paulette Mahurin is not only a novel, it’s a good primer on the Dreyfus case, a cause celebre in late 19th century France that highlighted the issue of French anti-Semitism. In To Live Out Loud, the story is told through an older family friend of the writer Emile Zola, who became the unofficial leader of those who thought that Captain Alfred Dreyfus was innocent of charges of spying for Germany. Briefly, although the actual evidence pointed to another officer, Ferdinand Esterhazy, the French Army apparently decided to make a scapegoat of Dreyfus, a Jew whose…

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