This is the first English translation of French writer, Pierre Guyotat's legendary novel, which was recently included in qLe Mondeq's q100 Greatest Novels of the 20th Century.q A violent collision of brutal warfare and sexual ecstasy, Guyotat is said to have hallucinated the subject matter as a young soldier during the Algerian war, where the novel is set. Pierre Guyotat was born in France in 1940. His most recent book is qProgenitorsq (Gallimard, 2000).At the far end of the arcade, the calls of the radio operator, the machinea#39;s peepings, the small lights of the transmitter and the fat hand of the operator lit by these and untangling the wires and turning the worn knobs. On the table, a pool of ... The soldiers take out the cans of fish and the ration bread. ln the jeep, the radio operator turns up the volume of the radio set and sits among the soldiers. Crazy Horseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tomb for 500,000 soldiers|
|Publisher||:||Creation Books - 2003-06-06|