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best book i ve ever read, at this point in my life everyone rips off celine, and no one gives him any credit. This is a hard one to rate There really isn t anything to it No story No payoff It s bitching and moaning without the sharp edge of journey to the end of the night Sure it s amusing and weird in places but it drags alot, no way should it of been the best part of 500 pages. London Bridge is a continuation of what you got in Guignol s Band I thought this one was better, or maybe after reading them both, they makesense as a whole I mean, it s really a buy the ticket take the ride situationas in, this one scene with these two characters screaming and beating and pissing on one another has been going on for, what, 30 pages now But if you re a writer yourself, or just the type of reader who appreciates words being pounded into shapes never seen before, London Bridge is a continuation of what you got in Guignol s Band I thought this one was better, or maybe after reading them both, they makesense as a whole I mean, it s really a buy the ticket take the ride situationas in, this one scene with these two characters screaming and beating and pissing on one another has been going on for, what, 30 pages now But if you re a writer yourself, or just the type of reader who appreciates words being pounded into shapes never seen before, C line is your man You will come across lines in his work that will make you put the book down and find someone rant to, because you can t believe what you just read He s like a strong drug you fight through all the nauseating shit, because you know he has the power to put you on cloud nine.Despite a couple scenes that really require a tight grip and stamina, a great, loony as hell story develops in this one And by the end you start to feel a little for the characters Empathy develops Insight even But don t cheat Read Guignol s Band first and then London Bridge It s worth it Mocha is life One of the last major untranslated works by France s most controversial author, London Bridge is a riotous novel about the London underworld during World War I Picking up where Guignol s BandEnglish translationleft off, C line s autobiographical narrator recounts his disastrous partnership with a mystical Frenchman intent on financing a trip to Tibet by winning a gas mask competition his uneasy relationship with London s pimps and whores and their common nemesis, Inspector Matthew of Scotland Yard and, most scandalously, his affair with a baronet syear old daughter, an English angel whose descent into vice is suspiciously smooth He dreams of escaping with her to America to start a new life, but he, his mystical partner, and his under aged mistress finally awake to reality crossing windswept London BridgeWritten in his trademark style a headlong rush of slang, brusque observation, and quirky lyricism, delivered in machine gun bursts of prose and ellipses C line re creates the darkest days during the Great War with sordid verisimilitude and desperate hilarity, expertly captured in Dominic Di Bernardi s racy translation ❮Reading❯ ➶ I Blame The Scapegoats Author John O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk London Bridge is a riotous novel about the London underworld during World War I Picking up where Guignol s BandEnglish translationleft off ❮PDF❯ ✅ Beneath the Earth Author John Boyne – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk C line s autobiographical narrator recounts his disastrous partnership with a mystical Frenchman intent on financing a trip to Tibet by winning a gas mask competition his uneasy relationship with London s pimps and whores and their common nemesis [PDF] ✩ Gagged Author Richard Asplin – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Inspector Matthew of Scotland Yard and [PDF / Epub] ✪ Aristocrats ☆ Stella Tillyard – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk most scandalously [BOOKS] ✯ A Dark and Twisted Tide (Lacey Flint, By Sharon J. Bolton – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk his affair with a baronet syear old daughter ✭ Wild Horses (Saddle Club, Books ✯ Author Bonnie Bryant – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk an English angel whose descent into vice is suspiciously smooth He dreams of escaping with her to America to start a new life ➶ [Read] ➲ At Sixes And Sevens By Rosie Harris ➾ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk but he ➿ [Download] ➽ Save Rafe! (Middle School By James Patterson ➵ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk his mystical partner [Ebook] ➧ The Hand That First Held Mine By Maggie O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and his under aged mistress finally awake to reality crossing windswept London BridgeWritten in his trademark style a headlong rush of slang [Reading] ➷ Ghost Light By Joseph O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk brusque observation ❮Read❯ ➸ LDN Graffiti ➻ Author Joe Epstein – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and quirky lyricism ❴PDF❵ ✪ Sworn to Silence Author Brendan Boland – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk delivered in machine gun bursts of prose and ellipses C line re creates the darkest days during the Great War with sordid verisimilitude and desperate hilarity [PDF / Epub] ☄ Frog Is Frog ✓ Max Velthuijs – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk expertly captured in Dominic Di Bernardi s racy translation Part of me wishes I could be prouder of reading 7 of Celine s novels, but if I could publicly be proud of having read a writer who it is widely agreed can best be described as a bastard, he would not be Celine Why should we read Celine We should read Celine to look at our absolute worst selves, and to look at the absolute worst selves of everyone around us, and laugh at those selves.This book is closer to three and a half stars, honestly There are three main bar scenes The first is confusi Part of me wishes I could be prouder of reading 7 of Celine s novels, but if I could publicly be proud of having read a writer who it is widely agreed can best be described as a bastard, he would not be Celine Why should we read Celine We should read Celine to look at our absolute worst selves, and to look at the absolute worst selves of everyone around us, and laugh at those selves.This book is closer to three and a half stars, honestly There are three main bar scenes The first is confusing The second is kind of a dream The third is the most clear The first bar scene has sexual stuff that many might find a little disturbing One of the reviewers noted on the back of my copy of this book describes the book as Celine s warmest and tamest I do not agree with that at all.The bar scenes did not need to be as long as they were Roth was right C line is freedom for writers Louis Ferdinand Celine s London Bridge is, along with its a really interesting described book another mystery I never got this book did I give it away so soon I have to read it I have to I got another copy and started it for good measure Shit then I read it.POW I revelledin Guignol s Band this obsessive blacking out hallucinatory fantasy is kind of emptied out when it comes down to it Having fun with teh sick o great lit rature, to make a kiddy comment like that is unthinkable when it comes to serving justice to any writer who automatica another mystery I never got this book did I give it away so soon I have to read it I have to I got another copy and started it for good measure Shit then I read it.POW I revelledin Guignol s Band this obsessive blacking out hallucinatory fantasy is kind of emptied out when it comes down to it Having fun with teh sick o great lit rature, to make a kiddy comment like that is unthinkable when it comes to serving justice to any writer who automatically gets 5 stars for a title yes, it does.But I like to write Ending superb phraseology oh god in the form of those exclamations shit Are you kidding Read this trash Go ahead London Bridge


About the Author: Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Louis Ferdinand C line, pen name of Dr Louis Ferdinand Destouches, is best known for his works Voyage au bout de la nuit Journey to the End of the Night , and Mort cr dit Death on the Installment Plan His highly innovative writing style using Parisian vernacular, vulgarities, and intentionally peppering ellipses throughout the text was used to evoke the cadence of speech.Louis Ferdinand Destouches was raised in Paris, in a flat over the shopping arcade where his mother had a lace store His parents were poor father a clerk, mother a seamstress After an education that included stints in Germany and England, he performed a variety of dead end jobs before he enlisted in the French cavalry in 1912, two years before the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 While serving on the Western Front he was wounded in the head and suffered serious injuries a crippled arm and headaches that plagued him all his life but also winning a medal of honour Released from military service, he studied medicine and emigrated to the USA where he worked as a staff doctor at the newly build Ford plant in Detroit before returning to France and establishing a medical practice among the Parisian poor Their experiences are featured prominently in his fiction.Although he is often cited as one of the most influential and greatest writers of the twentieth century, he is certainly viewed as a controversial figure After embracing fascism, he published three antisemitic pamphlets, and vacillated between support and denunciation of Hitler He fled to Germany and Denmark in 1945 where he was imprisoned for a year and declared a national disgrace He then received amnesty and returned to Paris in 1951 Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Henry Miller, William Burroughs, and Charles Bukowski have all cited him as an important influence.Translated Profiles


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