Moth from Devil's Island
He was a criminal. A prisoner. To prisoners. And he ran again and again. He was caught, and he again fled. Because … Live, live, live! Each time, on the verge of despair, Henri Charlier repeated: "As long as there is life, there is hope."
Already at the end of his life – in the mid-1960s – Henri Charrier was on the verge of bankruptcy, which forced him to take up the creation of the autobiographical novel "The Moth". And unexpectedly for himself, he became famous.
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