The Divine Child by Pascal Bruckner
A Novel of Prenatal Rebellion

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During a technically advanced age that enables unborn children to receive prenatal educations and have a conscious understanding of the outside world, a disillusioned Louis battles his determined mother when he decides he does not wish to be born.

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Pascal Bruckner is the award-winning author of many books of fiction and nonfiction, including the novel "Bitter Moon", which was made into a film by Roman Polanski. Bruckner's nonfiction books include "Perpetual Euphoria" (Princeton) and "The Tyranny of Guilt".
Published November 1, 1994 by Little Brown & Co (T). 214 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Louis is attracted to Hegel, Celine prefers the sciences, but as their birth approaches, Louis refuses to be born.

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