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Car il n'est pas inutile, peut-etre, de leur faire savoir que Ia couleur noire du visage jointe al'abus nature! de l'autorite ne se rencontre pas a Paris aussi souvent qu'ils ont tendance ale croire). 35 Similarly his previously published farewell letter stresses that his decision to leave for France was prompted by the need to appeal directly to the 'French people', who, he assures his Vietnamese readers, 'will not accept that the suffering of which you bear the marks be inflicted in their name' (Le peuple, en France, n'acceptera pas que les douleurs dont vous portez les marques vous soient infligees en son nom).

From 1958 to 1962 the author of La Condition humaine was either travelling the world trying to limit the damage done to France's image by the Algerian war and constantly evoking the spectre of Communist subversion, or he was at home rejecting pleas to condemn France's colonial conflict from erstwhile friends and allies, including Graham Greene and Jerome Lindon, the owner of the Resistance publishing house Les Editions de Minuit. The gulf between the novelist and the Gaullist minister seemed unbridgeable.

For it serves some useful purpose perhaps to have them know that in Paris, contrary to what they tend to believe, the black colour of a face does not automatically lead to an abuse of power' (Il1wus a paru bon de montrer aux Annamites les effets de Ia chaleur tropicale sur les institutions fran~aises. Car il n'est pas inutile, peut-etre, de leur faire savoir que Ia couleur noire du visage jointe al'abus nature! de l'autorite ne se rencontre pas a Paris aussi souvent qu'ils ont tendance ale croire).

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