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by Pascal Bruckner

eBook The Divine Child: A Novel of Prenatal Rebellion ePub
Author: Pascal Bruckner
Language: English
ISBN: 0316114049
ISBN13: 978-0316114042
Publisher: Little Brown & Co; 1st English language ed edition (November 1, 1994)
Pages: 214
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 620
Formats: azw lit docx mbr
ePub file: 1717 kb
Fb2 file: 1595 kb

The Divine Child (French: Le Divin enfant) is a 1992 novel by the French writer Pascal Bruckner

The Divine Child (French: Le Divin enfant) is a 1992 novel by the French writer Pascal Bruckner. It tells the story of twins who are educated while still in their mother's uterus and one of them ends up refusing to be born; he struggles with his mother and with God and eventually becomes a celebrity while still unborn. The book was published in English in 1994, translated by Joachim Neugroschel.

The Divine Child book . Madeleine Barthelemey is pregnant with twins  . This was my second Bruckner novel and I have to admit I'm impressed by the flexibility of this author. A delightfully bizarre read, capturing essential life questions and most important, the human nature. I'm not going to give away any bit of info regarding the actual content, please read it if you haven't already. Pascal Brukner presents with humor a rebellious Adam who refuses to leave from Paradise, even after eating from the tree of knowledge.

Witnessing the fate of his once-brilliant and now dull-witted sister, the urbane, well-educated, but also conniving Louis rejects birth altogether and embarks on a campaign of prenatal rebellion. His mother tries to starve him out; he retaliates by attacking her internal organs

Witnessing the fate of his once-brilliant and now dull-witted sister, the urbane, well-educated, but also conniving Louis rejects birth altogether and embarks on a campaign of prenatal rebellion. His mother tries to starve him out; he retaliates by attacking her internal organs. Guerrilla warfare is thereafter carried out between mother and son, and in the process Louis's fetal crusade becomes a cause celebre - he soon emerges as the first neonate to become both a cult figure and a powerful media icon, eventually demanding, and receiving, an audience with Go. -BOOK JACKET

THE DIVINE CHILD: A Novel of Prenatal Rebellion, by Pascal Bruckner. A wonderfully appalling story by a French novelist about a monster in utero.

THE DIVINE CHILD: A Novel of Prenatal Rebellion, by Pascal Bruckner. THE MASTER OF PETERSBURG, by . The hero of Mr. Coetzee's grimmest novel yet is Dostoyevsky himself, trapped in generational and political clashes, trying to scrape meaning from the death of a son. ON THE EDGE: The Clinton Presidency, by Elizabeth Drew.

Witnessing the fate of his once-brilliant and now dull-witted sister, the urbane, well-educated, but also conniving Louis rejects birth altogether and embarks on a campaign of prenatal rebellion

Witnessing the fate of his once-brilliant and now dull-witted sister, the urbane, well-educated, but also conniving Louis rejects birth altogether and embarks on a campaign of prenatal rebellion.

a novel of prenatal rebellion. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. Published 1994 by Little, Brown in Boston. Fiction, Twins, Fetal behavior, Pregnant women. 214 p. ; Number of pages.

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But as Pascal Bruckner, one of France's leading writers, argues in this lively and provocative reflection on the contradictions of modern love, our new freedoms have also brought new burdens and rules-without, however, wiping out the old rules, emotions, desires, and arrangements: the couple, marriage, jealousy, the demand for fidelity, the war between constancy and inconstancy. It is no wonder that love, sex, and relationships today are so confusing, so difficult, and so paradoxical.

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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