Summary of The Paris Architect: A Novel By Charles Belfoure | Conversation Starters

The Paris Architect, Charles Belfoure's first fiction work, tells the story of an architect in Paris in 1942 during the Nazi occupations of France. Lucien Bernard is a non-Jew working as a craftsman in a time when work is hard to come by. He is approached by Auguste Manet, who wants to hide a Jewish man, Mendel Janusky, in a secret room hidden inside his house. Lucien is unsure if he should... More

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