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The Assault by Harry Mulisch
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The Assault is a fictionalized account of the aftereffects of the assassination of a Nazi collaborator. It details the (physical and psychological) repercussions for the family of the collaborator, the families living on the street on which the assassination took place, and the Resistance members who effected the assassination. Most of all, though, this is a book about how people react to terrible situations and then try to live with the decisions they make. - Julie A. Roin

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