Fiction Éric Chevillard The Crab Nebula

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The Crab Nebula

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9780803263703: The Crab Nebula

The Crab Nebula (La Nébuleuse du crabe) is comprised of fifty-two vivid chapters that provide startling insights into the existence of this nebulous man named Crab: his nightmarish—and none too solid—physique, his mysterious absence from the pages of history, his birth in prison, his never having been born at all. In his portrait of Crab, Éric Chevillard gives us a character who is genuinely strange and curiously like ourselves. A postmodernist novel par excellence, The Crab Nebula parodies literary conventions, deconstructs narrative and meaning, and brilliantly combines absurdity and hopelessness with irony and humor. What distinguishes it most of all is the startling originality of Chevillard’s voice and vision. There is whimsy and despair in this novel, pathos and laughter, satire and warm affection. The Crab Nebula is the fifth novel—and the first to be translated into English—by the brilliant young French author Éric Chevillard. His sympathetic yet outrageous portrait of Crab calls to mind works by Melville, Valéry, and Kafka, while never being less than utterly unique.

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Fans of post-modern fiction will love Éric Chevillard's new novel, The Crab Nebula, where paradox piles on top of non sequiturs and time runs sideways until all trace of coherence is lost in the flood of words and images. Readers who enjoy linguistic acrobatics and are comfortable amid chaos will find The Crab Nebula an entertaining read. However, those who prefer more traditional fare should keep looking.

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The Crab Nebula is comprised of fifty-two vivid chapters that provide startling insights into the existence of this nebulous man named Crab: his nightmarish - and none too solid - physique, his mysterious absence from the pages of history, his birth in prison, his never having been born at all. In his portrait of Crab, Eric Chevillard gives us a character who is genuinely strange and curiously like ourselves. A postmodernist novel par excellence, The Crab Nebula parodies literary conventions, deconstructs narrative and meaning, and combines absurdity and hopelessness with irony and humor.

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Eric Chevillard
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Descripción University of Nebraska Press, United States, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Crab Nebula (La Nebuleuse du crabe) is comprised of fifty-two vivid chapters that provide startling insights into the existence of this nebulous man named Crab: his nightmarish-and none too solid-physique, his mysterious absence from the pages of history, his birth in prison, his never having been born at all. In his portrait of Crab, Eric Chevillard gives us a character who is genuinely strange and curiously like ourselves. A postmodernist novel par excellence, The Crab Nebula parodies literary conventions, deconstructs narrative and meaning, and brilliantly combines absurdity and hopelessness with irony and humor. What distinguishes it most of all is the startling originality of Chevillard s voice and vision. There is whimsy and despair in this novel, pathos and laughter, satire and warm affection. The Crab Nebula is the fifth novel-and the first to be translated into English-by the brilliant young French author Eric Chevillard. His sympathetic yet outrageous portrait of Crab calls to mind works by Melville, Valery, and Kafka, while never being less than utterly unique. Nº de ref. de la librería AAB9780803263703

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Descripción University of Nebraska Press, United States, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Crab Nebula (La Nebuleuse du crabe) is comprised of fifty-two vivid chapters that provide startling insights into the existence of this nebulous man named Crab: his nightmarish-and none too solid-physique, his mysterious absence from the pages of history, his birth in prison, his never having been born at all. In his portrait of Crab, Eric Chevillard gives us a character who is genuinely strange and curiously like ourselves. A postmodernist novel par excellence, The Crab Nebula parodies literary conventions, deconstructs narrative and meaning, and brilliantly combines absurdity and hopelessness with irony and humor. What distinguishes it most of all is the startling originality of Chevillard s voice and vision. There is whimsy and despair in this novel, pathos and laughter, satire and warm affection. The Crab Nebula is the fifth novel-and the first to be translated into English-by the brilliant young French author Eric Chevillard. His sympathetic yet outrageous portrait of Crab calls to mind works by Melville, Valery, and Kafka, while never being less than utterly unique. Nº de ref. de la librería AAB9780803263703

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Descripción University of Nebraska Press 2/1/1997, 1997. Paperback or Softback. Estado de conservación: New. The Crab Nebula. Book. Nº de ref. de la librería BBS-9780803263703

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Descripción University of Nebraska Press. Paperback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, The Crab Nebula, Eric Chevillard, Jordan Stump, Eleanor Hardin, "The Crab Nebula" (La Nebuleuse du crabe) is comprised of fifty-two vivid chapters that provide startling insights into the existence of this nebulous man named Crab: his nightmarish - and none too solid - physique, his mysterious absence from the pages of history, his birth in prison, his never having been born at all. In his portrait of Crab, Eric Chevillard gives us a character who is genuinely strange and curiously like ourselves. A postmodernist novel par excellence, "The Crab Nebula" parodies literary conventions, deconstructs narrative and meaning, and brilliantly combines absurdity and hopelessness with irony and humor. What distinguishes it most of all is the startling originality of Chevillard's voice and vision. There is whimsy and despair in this novel, pathos and laughter, satire and warm affection. "The Crab Nebula" is the fifth novel - and the first to be translated into English - by the brilliant young French author Eric Chevillard. His sympathetic yet outrageous portrait of Crab calls to mind works by Melville, Valery, and Kafka, while never being less than utterly unique. Jordan Stump is the translator of four novels by Marie Redonnet - "Hotel Splendid", "Forever Valley", "Rose Mellie Rose", and "Nevermore" (Nebraska 1994 and 1996). Eleanor Hardin is an artist who lives in Lincoln, Nebraska. This is their first collaborative translation. Nº de ref. de la librería B9780803263703

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