Final Word

April 5, 1996

This week's Final Word comes from a novel banned by the Nazis and made into a film:

"He had sunk forwards and was lying on the ground as if asleep. When they turned him over, you could see that he could not have suffered long - his face wore an expression that was so composed that it looked as if he were almost happy that it had turned out that way."

There was no winner last week for Stephen Glover's Paper Dreams so this week's winner will receive the rollover prize of two £20 book tokens.

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