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Gabriel Chevallier (1895–1969) was a French novelist widely known as the author of the satire Clochemerle, which was written in 1934, translated into twenty-six languages and sold several million copies. Born in Lyon, Chevallier was called up at the start of World War I and wounded a year later, but returned to the front where he served as an infantryman until the war’s end. He was awarded the Croix de Guerre and Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur. Following the war he undertook several jobs including art teacher, journalist and commercial traveler before starting to write in 1925. La Peur (FEAR), first published in 1930, draws upon his own experiences and forms a damning indictment of the war. It is being reissued in a new translation with an introduction by John Berger by New York Review of Books Classics in June 2014.