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Journey to the End of the Night Louis Ferdinand Celine S Revulsion And Anger At What He Considered The Idiocy And Hypocrisy Of Society Explodes From Nearly Every Page Of This Novel Filled With Slang And Obscenities And Written In Raw, Colloquial Language, Journey To The End Of The Night Is A Literary Symphony Of Violence, Cruelty And Obscene Nihilism This Book Shocked Most Critics When It Was First Published In France In 1932, But Quickly Became A Success With The Reading Public In Europe, And Later In America Where It Was First Published By New Directions In 1952 The Story Of The Improbable Yet Convincingly Described Travels Of The Petit Bourgeois And Largely Autobiographical Antihero, Bardamu, From The Trenches Of World War I, To The African Jungle, To New York And Detroit, And Finally To Life As A Failed Doctor In Paris, Takes The Readers By The Scruff And Hurtles Them Toward The Novel S Inevitable, Sad Conclusion.


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    Whoa Just finished, processing, mulling, wondering what do I say How do you prepare someone Should someone be prepared I wasn t Imagine the most depressing story you ve ever read and I ve read ALL of McCarthy , narrated by the angriest of narrators who may mellow, then again, maybe readers simply become hardened , describing circumstances that are necessarily ugly war, colonial Africa or merely simply ugly contemporary culture, old people, young people, other people , but then told wi Whoa Just finished, processing, mulling, wondering what do I say How do you prepare someone Should someone be prepared I wasn t Imagine the most depressing story you ve ever read and I ve read ALL of McCarthy , narrated by the angriest of narrators who may mellow, then ag...


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    Not much music left inside us for life to dance to Our youth has gone to the ends of the earth to die in the silence of the truth And where, I ask you, can a man escape to, when he hasn t enough madness left inside him The truth is an endless death agony The truth is death You have to choose death or lies I ve never been able to kill myself Toni Servillo is Jep Gambardella in The Great BeautyI watched the Italian film The Great Beauty the other day The film opens with a quote by Loui Not much music left inside us for life to dance to Our youth has gone to the ends of the earth to die in the silence of the truth And where, I ask you, can a man escape to, when he hasn t enough madness left inside him The truth is an endless death agony The truth is death You have to choose death or lies I ve never been able to kill myself Toni Servillo is Jep Gambardella in The Great BeautyI watched the Italian film The Great Beauty the other day The film opens with a quote by Louis Ferdinand C lineOur journey is entirely imaginary That is its strengthThe film, directed by Paolo Sorrentino, is without a doubt the most influential film on my life that I ve had the pleasure to watch in a long time I could talk about the lush truthful power of this film, but I don t write movie reviews and this, after all, is a book review After the movie ended and I was sitting there surprised that som...


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    Apparently, for a week or so in June 1997 I either lost my sense of humor or felt some kind of glow of optimism that made me feel the misanthropic subject of this book was boring My principle memories of reading this for the first time were a being bored and b buying a bunch of The Smiths and The Cure tapes at a garage sale For some reason when I saw this book sitting on my bookshelf last week I thought I d give it another try Why I don t know exactly I have lots of unread books, but I fe Apparently, for a week or so in June 1997 I either lost my sense of humor or felt some kind of glow of optimism that made me feel the misanthropic subject of this book was boring My principle memories of reading this for the first time were a being bored and b buying a bunch of The Smiths and The Cure tapes a...


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    From the muddy battlegrounds of the great war and the sweltering infested jungles of French colonial Africa, to his discovery of america where he takes a job in an industrial Detroit and his return to the suburbs of Paris to work as a doctor before finally taking employment in a mental asylum, we follow C line s alter ego Bardamu with a misanthropic first person narrative through the trials and tribulations of life and trying to make sense of the world around him Told as a semi autobiographical From the muddy battlegrounds of the great war and the sweltering infested jungles of French colonial Africa, to his discovery of america where he takes a job in an industrial Detroit and his return to the suburbs of Paris to work as a doctor before finally taking employment in a mental asylum, we follow C line s alter ego Bardamu with a misanthropic first person narrative through the trials and tribulations of life and trying to make sense of the world around him T...


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    just finished reading it and it really feels like it might be the central book of the entire 20th century i see catch 22 and henry miller and william burroughs and kerouac and sartre and beckett and bukowski and vonnegut and hunter s thompson and bret easton ellis and about a million other people celine s voice is just so clear now, standing behind all of them it s not even that i like the book so much though it s ferocious and fun and has a lot of great lines , it s just that it s like just finished reading it and it really feels like it might be the central book of the entire 20th century i see catch 22 and henry miller and william burroughs and kerouac and sartre and beckett and bu...


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    Celine s Journey to the End of Night is a towering achievement in literary observation through a narrator incapable of self delusion and a less than stringent filter between his thoughts and his audience Plus, it s funny as hell.The novel reads as the author s travelogue through war torn Europe, remote Africa, industrialized America, and post war France I have no idea how much of Journey to the End of Night is factual and how much is fiction, and I don t care either way At points Celine sound Celine s Journey to the End of Night is a towering achievement in literary observation through a narrator incapable of self delusion and a less than stringent filter between his thoughts and his audience Plus, it s funny as hell.The novel reads as the author s travelogue through war torn Europe, remote Africa, industrialized America, and post war France I have no idea how much of Journey to the End of Night is factual and how much is fiction, and I don t care either way At points Celine sounds like a depraved Jonathan Swift but jus...


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