In this widely acclaimed translation, Dominic DiBernardi expertly captures Céline's trademark style of prose which has served as inspiration to such American writers as Philip Roth, Kurt Vonnegut, William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Charles Bukowski, Norman Mailer and Joseph Heller.
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Whatever one thinks of Celine's politics, it's hard to deny his position as an innovative, influential and still readable writer. Originally published in 1965 but never before translated into English,Feb 27 1995 | Read Full Review of London Bridge (French Literat...
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