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 Topic: Anybody read anything by Piere Guyotat...?

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mistletoe  



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Posted: 4 Jul 2003, 3:39 pm    Post subject: Anybody read anything by Piere Guyotat...? Reply with quote

I'd like to know whether someone read anything by Pierre Guyotat.His writing is very complicated to understand,but he made a book called"Tombeau Pour 500 000 Soldats"supposedly taking its origins in the Algerian war (it is never explicitely stated anywhere in the book,though-Only those with a knowledge of-French-modern-day history can gather);Some of the 'homoerotic' passages (and there is quite a lot of them)are highly charged with-electricity,to say the LEAST.Even though I now KNOW the whole book reads actually more like a print version of"Salo and the 120 days of Sodome"than your average "sex novel",gay or straight ,that one book used to be my"coming-out"book in my early teens !(Also,it understandably got banned in 1965,year of it being published..)
Mistletoe(Christophe Renaudot;e-mail address:c_renaudot@yahoo.com)
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