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Michel Houellebecq. Humanity and its aftermath.

Author: Morrey.
Publisher: Liverpool : Liverpool University Press 2013.
Series: Contemporary French and francophone cultures.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
Michel Houellebecq is perhaps the single most successful and controversial of all contemporary novelists writing in French. Houellebecq has become a global publishing phenomenon: his books have been translated worldwide, three film adaptations of his work have been produced, and the author has been the subject of million-euro publishing deals and of successive media scandals in France. If Houellebecq is unique in  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Michel Houellebecq; Michel Houellebecq
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Morrey.
ISBN: 9781846318610 1846318610
OCLC Number: 844236335
Description: 224 pages.
Contents: AcknowledgementsAbbreviationsIntroduction1. Sex and Politics2. Work and Leisure3. Science and ReligionConclusion: Humanity and its AftermathBibliographyIndex
Series Title: Contemporary French and francophone cultures.
Responsibility: Douglas Morrey.


Appraises the global significance of controversial French author Michel Houellebecq's novelistic visions and philosophical position.  Read more...


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Michel Houellebecq is a thoughtful overview of the writer's corpus to date, paying attention not only to the major novels but also his poetry and essays (many of which have not been translated into Read more...

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