Ghosts in the Mirror (2020)

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  • Title: Ghosts in the Mirror
  • Author: Alain Robbe-Grillet
  • ISBN: 9780802110367
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Hardcover
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Ghosts in the Mirror Alain Robbe-Grillet

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  1. Glenn Russell

    Alain Robbe Grillet 1922 2008 French novelist and filmmakerPart autobiography, part extended essay on literature, Alain Robbe Grillet s Ghosts in the Mirror a Romanesque weaves family life and growing up in Brittany in the 1920s and 1930s with the author s seasoned philosophic reflections on life and writing, both his own writing and the writing of others Since there are only a few review posted here, I think it s fair to say many readers have overlooked this fine work written by the foremost sp [...]

  2. Cooper Cooper

    Ghosts in the Mirror is an autobiographical piece by Alain Robbe Grillet, a prominent member of the 1950s 1960s New Novel movement in France The author, who died in 2008, prided himself on being an artistic revolutionary, but in this book he confounded expectations by abandoning his objectivist style and writing a or less conventional narrative He also faked readers out by revealing that his work is not the mere postmodernist mental masturbation the French are so fond of, but rather or also a d [...]

  3. the gift

    not exactly an autobiography not exactly an essay on the new novel or other french writers not exactly philosophy of art makes one want to read his works again, read others, think so it is worth reading for many reasons i guess kind of a postmodern autobio fragment.

  4. albin james

    This book is really funny and quite easy to read I was positively and pleasantly surprised to learn about Robbe Grillet s humourous side There are a few theoretical discussions interspersed with personal stories and some fictional elements characteristic of his genius He talks about the glass breaking sound and the ocean waves but consciously avoids dissecting his work He also comes off as very very humble and mature which is sometimes hard to convey over text It s all very playful and g nial an [...]

  5. Kate

    Maybe I should have read some Robbe Grillet novels or something before picking up his memoir A lot of it seemed self referential but without knowing his work I can t be sure On the other hand, this is the only thing I ve ever read by a French intellectual of his era that doesn t come from a leftist perspective His matter of fact discussion of his family s conservativism and life under the Occupation, including his stint as a guest laborer in Nazi Germany, was riveting.

  6. Jessica

    sadly, am putting aside to read later One of my heroes though born on my birthday or I on his rather and recently deceased Famous for Last Year at Marienbad, my favorite film of all time.

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