What does The God that Failed refer to?

 

Answer – 

The God That Failed was a compilation of six essays written by six eminent writers, namely, Andre Gide, Richard Wright, Ignazio Silone, Arthur Koestler, Louis Fischer and Stephen Spender. In each of the essays, the respective writers described “their journeys into Communism and their disillusioned return”. 

The author Stephen Spender’s name caught the author’s attention because he had visited Gemini Studio in the past. He felt like a dark chamber of his mind was lit up by a hazy illumination.

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