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Erinyes

(ērĭn`ē-ēz): see FuriesFuries
or Erinyes
, in Greek and Roman religion and mythology, three daughters of Mother Earth, conceived from the blood of Uranus, when Kronos castrated him. They were powerful divinities that personified conscience and punished crimes against kindred blood,
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Erinyes

(the Furies) angry and avenging deities who pursue evil-doers. [Gk. Myth.: Leach, 347]
See: Anger

Erinyes

(Furies) three sisters who tormented those guilty of blood crimes, driving them mad. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 320]
See: Madness

Erinyes (Furies)

three sisters who pursue those guilty of blood crimes and drive them mad. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 320]
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My second example of French historiographic metafiction, Yannick Haenel's Jan Karski, is doubtless lesser known in English-speaking countries than The Kindly Ones.
Only three are left, which concern the plausibility of some details in The Kindly Ones (189), Binet's urge to talk about this work (191), and the fact that Littell's novel, with its "postmodern nihilist" narrator, can only be described as "Houellebecq doing Nazism" (204).
14) While Lanzmann, as mentioned earlier, had commented favourably on some sections of The Kindly Ones, he became outraged when he read The Messenger.
Another historian, Peter Schottler, has raised objections of a different nature in reviews devoted to The Kindly Ones in Le Monde and the Berlin daily Der Tagesspiegel.
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The games that texts like Jan Karski, HHhH, and The Kindly Ones invite readers to play are not without risks.
A similar remark can be made about The Kindly Ones.
Willfully sensationalistic and deliberately repellent, The Kindly Ones .
Despite being hailed as a new War and Peace in its native France, The Kindly Ones did not fare as well further west, where critics decried it as "Holocaust porn.
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The 1,000-page fictional memoir of a high-ranking SS officer, Maximilien Aue, The Kindly Ones was already a classic in France when it arrived in Germany last February.