The Secret Agent  

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"But Hitler could not have succeeded against his many rivals if it had not been for the attraction of his own personality, which one can feel even in the clumsy writing of Mein Kampf, and which is no doubt overhwhelming when one hears his speeches." --George Orwell (Review of Hitler's Mein Kampf by Eric Blair ('George Orwell') in the New English Weekly March 21st, 1940)

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