Taking into consideration three texts - L’origine de la violence by Fabrice Humbert (Le Passage, 2009), Les Bienveillantes by Jonathan Littell (Gallimard, 2006), La confession négative by Richard Millet (Gallimard, 2009) this article analyzes the way in which literary writing can be a specific and privileged means to express what happens when the great and the small history meet for the worse.

Exercices de violence: Humbert, Littell, Millet

JACQUET, Marie Therese
2010

Abstract

Taking into consideration three texts - L’origine de la violence by Fabrice Humbert (Le Passage, 2009), Les Bienveillantes by Jonathan Littell (Gallimard, 2006), La confession négative by Richard Millet (Gallimard, 2009) this article analyzes the way in which literary writing can be a specific and privileged means to express what happens when the great and the small history meet for the worse.
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