Eden, Eden, Eden

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EDEN EDEN EDEN is Pierre Guyotat’s legendary novel of atrocity and extreme obscenity. Set in a polluted and apocalyptic zone of the Algerian desert in a time of civil warfare, this delirious, lacerating novel brings scenes of brutal carnage into intimate collision with relentless acts of prostitutional sex and humiliation.

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Pierre Guyotat has been reviled and revered in equal measure in his native France; his literary progenitors are De Sade, Artaud, Bataille, and Genet. Like Artaud, he views the act of writing as a physical secretion, a feral expectoration of deadly poisons which are remorselessly savage and interrogative in their visceral impact upon the reader. EDEN EDEN EDEN is now celebrated as one of the classic works of 20th century French literature. With a preface by Roland Barthes, and an introduction by Stephen Barber.

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Author Pierre Guyotat
Publisher Solar Books
Page Count 190pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
Publication Notes softcover
Publication Date May 20, 2009
ISBN 978-0979984747

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