Journey to the End of the Night

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Journey to the End of the Night

exposing the philosophy of post-war disillusionment. [Fr. Lit.: Journey to the End of the Night, Magill I, 453–455]
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beaucoup moins que] C' est peut-etre ca qu'on cherche a travers la vie, rien que cela, le plus grand chagrin possible pour devenir soi-meme avant de mourir[beaucoup plus grand que], Louis-Ferdinand Celine dans Voyage au bout de la nuit.
Trotsky, Barbusse, and Sartre greeted Voyage au bout de la nuit (1932) with great symphathy, yet at the same time the monarchist Leon Daudet attached himself to Celine as one of his greatest and most fervent admirers.
Part 3 contains an essay on the short film L'addio a Molly (1998) by the Teatro Settimo-Scuola di Holden based on a translation of Celine's Voyage au bout de la nuit.
In their progressive movement toward the representation of cowardice's political, psychological, and social meanings, the discursive strategies in Voyage au bout de la nuit draw the reading experience into convergence with an unfolding of the secret meaning of selfdom encrypted within the figures of cowardice.
It's all dance and music--always at the edge of death, don't fall into it," Celine inscribed in a presentation copy of Voyage au bout de la nuit.
Certes, la litterature mondiale a connu de tels deplacements etonnants et imprevisibles, comme dans Le Tambour de G'nter Grass, Homme Invisible de Ralph Ellison ou encore Voyage au bout de la nuit de Celine, mais il n'en demeure pas moins qu'Abdelhak Najib revisite, a sa maniere, ces poncifs donquichottesques qui se servent d'un regard en contre plongee vis-a-vis des autres et surtout par rapport a la doxa.
He began inquiries, which have led to a poetic, somewhat fictionalized account of the death of the woman he calls "Ce1ine," an allusion to Louis-Ferdinand Celine, whose Voyage au bout de la nuit the young woman read.
Though a man of the left and fiercely proud of his working-class origins, Bevilacqua has selected a title for his recent book that derives from a famous novel by a rightwing author: Louis-Ferdinand Celine's Voyage au bout de la nuit.