... But the most terrible thing of all was the shrieking of the women and the crying and whimpering of the children. They were locked in the cellars because of the aeroplanes. But you could hear them, hear them all the time ... There was one of them who went mad. She howled the whole time like a dog baying at the moon.
Arthur Koestler, Spanish Testament, London, Victor Gollanez Ltd., 1937, p. 158.
TIME: mid 1930's
CIRCUMSTANCE: Spanish Civil War