Les Voix qui Sortent de l'abîme : La Litterature au Debut du Troisieme Millenaire
Fox, Melissa A.
The author asks: what role does literature play in the new century? Does it have to conform to or reject society? To answer these questions she examine four texts that each suggest a different way of seeing the world and literature: 99 Francs by Frédéric Beigbeder; Les Particules Elémentaires by Michel Houellebecq; La Vie Sexuelle de Catherine M'. by Catherine Millet; and L'Inceste by Christine Angot. Text is French.
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