Louis-Ferdinand Céline (translated by Ralph Manheim)

Books by Louis-Ferdinand Céline (translated by Ralph Manheim)

Interviews where books by Louis-Ferdinand Céline (translated by Ralph Manheim) were recommended

Rachel Kushner on Books That Influenced Her

Rachel Kushner, author of The Flamethrowers and The Mars Room, which has been shortlisted for the 2018 Man Booker Prize, discusses the five books that have most influenced her writing, from Dostoyevsky to Marguerite Duras. She muses on the question of what fiction can offer: “A novel itself, if it is good, and effective at whatever its particular aesthetic and philosophical aim is, can answer the question best, so that a novelist doesn’t have to.”

The best books on Paris, recommended by David Downie

The city of romance and art is also, like most big cities, a place of grit and grime. The American writer and long-time Paris resident David Downie tells us where to look if we’re to understand the people and past of this most alluring city.

Books by Louis-Ferdinand Céline (translated by Ralph Manheim)

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