Louis-Ferdinand Céline (French: [selin] ( listen)) was the pen name of Louis Ferdinand Auguste Destouches (pronounced [detuʃ]; 27 May 1894 – 1 July 1961), a French novelist, pamphleteer and physician.
Céline used a working-class, spoken style of language in his writings, and attacked what he considered to be the overly polished, "bourgeois" language of the "academy". His works influenced a broad array of literary figures, not only in France but also in the English-speaking world and elsewhere in the Western World; this includes authors associated with modernism, existentialism, black comedy and the Beat Generation.
(Taken from wikipedia)
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|L’ÉCOLE DES CADAVRES||French||1938-06-22|
|Bagatelles pour un massacre||French||1937-06-30|
|Les beaux draps||French||1941-07-12|
|A L'AGITÉ DU BOCAL||French||1995-07-31|
|TRIFLES FOR A MASSACRE||English||2018-09-26|