Capitalism and Schizophrenia in the Later Novels of Louis-Ferdinand Céline: D'un . . . l'autre

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Re-examining the works of France’s most controversial of literary figures, this book contends that Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s pronouncements on the importance of style must be taken seriously if an understanding of those works is to be reached. Capitalism and Schizophrenia in the Later Novels of Louis-Ferdinand Céline provides a major reconsideration of the greater part of the œuvre of this too-often neglected author. Leaving behind the symbolic capital that the name Céline accrued during the Second World War, this study looks at the works written around and after this period in order to understand the importance of their revolutionary aesthetic not only for their genesis, but also for their very content. The approach taken is unashamedly theoretical which allows this study to provide insights not only into the works of Céline, but also into those of the French thinkers Deleuze and Guattari whose thought, it is argued here, can only be apprehended through application.

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The Author: Greg Hainge is Associate Lecturer in French at Adelaide University, Australia. He received his Ph.D. in French literature from the University of Nottingham, England. Dr. Hainge has published widely in professional journals and collected volumes on French literature and film studies. He is an international correspondent for the Société d’Études Céliniennes, the publications editor of the Australian Society for French Studies, and serves on the editorial board of the journal Renaissance and Modern Studies.

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«This excellent book is an important contribution to our understanding of Céline’s writing from a psychoanalytic perspective... The work of Deleuze and Guattari provides a compelling framework for the analysis of Céline’s writing, in that it enables the psychological, the socio-economic, and, above all, the stylistic, to be fully integrated into one reading. Dr. Hainge, with meticulous care and highly intelligent insight, takes us closer than we have ever been before to the psychological center of Céline’s work.» (From the Foreword by Nicholas Hewitt, University of Nottingham, Author of ‘The Life of Céline’)
«In this illuminating study, Dr. Hainge demonstrates that Céline’s post-war novels are not to be explained in terms of pathological obsessions redeemed by the brilliance of the author’s stylistic innovations. With the aid of an approach derived from the anti-interpretative practice of Deleuze and Guattari, he makes a compelling case for seeing the later Céline as the lucid author of a ‘schizophrenic’ text, concerned to monitor the success or failure of his own creative strategies. This is a major contribution to our understanding of a difficult, and frequently misunderstood, writer.» (Michael Tilby, Selwyn College, University of Cambridge)

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