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]L'Ours[beaucoup plus grand que] lisait le celebre Voyage au bout de la nuit de Celine.
Nous avons mis en scene la critique appliquee a l'oeuvre de Ferdinand Celine, Voyage au bout de la nuit traduit en persan par Farhad Ghabrai.
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.
Regis Tettamanzi compares the treatment of madness--in all its degrees and figurations (war, asylums, delirious utterance)--in Moravagine and 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.
A la Recherche des Illusions perdues rejoint, dans la serie, Guide de Voyage au bout de la nuit (4e) et Code de La Route des Flandres (8e).
One of the most neglected works of Louis-Ferdinand Celine is his first published one, La Vie et 1 'aeuvre de Philippe-Ignace Semmelweis, which first appeared in 1924 at a time when Celine was still Louis-Ferdinand Destouches, eight years before Voyage au bout de la nuit, the novel that was to make him famous.
Indeed, over 6o percent of his entries receive only one star or no star, while a mere six novels earn his maximum rating of five stars (Du cote de chez Swann, Les Faux-Monnayeurs, Voyage au bout de la nuit, La Condition humaine, La Nausee, and a novel distinguished by having "l'incipit [.
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.
However, Hewitt's acute sense of Celine the artificer allows him to swerve past the clutches of reductive readings of Voyage au bout de la nuit such as the hypernaturalist, the moralist and the autobiographical (p.
Those who talk about the future are scoundrels," Louis Ferdinand Celine wrote in Voyage au Bout de la Nuit.
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.