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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"There are at least 20 books I still want to paint," he said, "like "Journey to the End of the Night" by Louis-Ferdinand CA@line.
In the last week, the French publishing house Editions Gallimard formally announced that it would be re-printing the virulently anti-Semitic pamphlets of Louis-Ferdinand Destouche, known to the world as CAaAaAeA@lin Born in 1894, CAaAaAeA@line gained international critical acclaim with nove like Journey to the End of the Night and Death on Credit; in the '30s, however, he embraced Nazism, and the consequences of that choice have colored discussion of his work since then.
Brendan will then team up with rapper turned actor Mos Def for Journey To The End Of The Night. The thriller sees Bren (left) escaping life in "a lurid underworld" - whatever that might mean.
Ruin reminds me a little of Hemingway, but more so of Celine's Journey to the End of the Night. There, Celine gives the reader one glimmer of hope when Robinson explodes, revealing all his hopes, ideas, and reservations about the world and his life, only to be gunned down by a jealous jilted lover after he is politely asked if he is finished.
Celine is best known for the misanthropic invective of Journey to the End of the Night and Mort a credit (1936; translated as Death on the Installment Plan, 1938), which depict everything as evil, decaying, or insane.
Celine's great novel, Journey to the End of the Night, as well as his lesser works (most notably the wild, chaotic, and heartbreaking Death on the Installment Plan), still speak much louder than his petty pronouncements and hate-filled screeds.