Journey to the End of the Night

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Journey to the End of the Night


In the words of Charles Bukowski, "first of all read Céline. the greatest writer of 2,000 years".

END OF THE NIGHT follows Céline as he fights for france in WW1, gets injured, deserts to Africa, gets sold into white slavery, ends up in america... a pessimistic black comedy full of failure, anxiety, nihilism, and inertia. He hates everything and still is enraged to find he still hates things.


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By Louis-Ferdinand CĂ©line.

Afterword by William T. Vollmann.
Translated by Ralph Manheim.

453 Pages. 5 1/4" W x 8" L x 1 1/2" D.