Féérie pour une autre fois

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Feerie Pour une Autre Fois by Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Fable for Another Time is one of the most significant and far-reaching literary texts of postwar France. Composed in the tumultuous aftermath of World War II, largely in the Danish prison cell where the author was awaiting extradition to France on charges of high treason, the book offers a unique perspective on the war, the postwar political purges in France, and Louis-Ferdinand Celines own dissident politics. The tale of a man imprisoned and reviled by his own countrymen, the Fable follows its characters decline from virulent hatred to near madness as a result of his violent frustration with the hypocrisy and banality of his fellow human beings. In part because of the storys clear link to his own case - and because of the legal and political difficulties this presented - Celine was compelled to push his famously elliptical, brilliantly vitriolic language to new and extraordinary extremes in Fable for Another Time. The resulting linguistic and stylistic innovation make this work stand out as one of the most original and revealing literary undertakings of its time.
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Fable for Another Time is one of the most significant and far-reaching literary texts of postwar France. The tale of a man imprisoned and reviled by his own countrymen, the Fable follows its character's decline from virulent hatred to near madness as a result of his violent frustration with the hypocrisy and banality of his fellow human beings. The resulting linguistic and stylistic innovation make this work stand out as one of the most original and revealing literary undertakings of its time.
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Feerie Pour Une Autre Fois (Folio)

Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center. Until this doctoral thesis it had remained untranslated in English. It was undertaken with the cooperation of Professor Henri Godard of the Sorbonne, editor of the Pleiade edition of Celine's works. Inasmuch as it can be said that the novel has a story line, this book essentially expresses the author's rage at being imprisoned and his nostalgia for his former freedom and his beloved home in Montmartre, Paris. However, the importance of the book lies not in its narrative content but in the fact that it explores and stretches to the limit certain meta-verbal aspects of the French language like its musicality and capacity for phonetic word play. The author chose this tactic in pursuance of his stated aim to reproduce the poetry of the spoken language into written form, a phenomenon which presents major difficulties for the translator.

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