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Sans M. Gavroche et M. Les esprits positifs trouvent cela tout simplement absurde.
La vie des Classiques des sciences sociales dans Facebook. He felt like he had been born just after the last revolution, in one of those peaceful Western conglomerates where history seemed to be finished , he wrote in a new notebook. The end of the twentieth century. That which follows the end. My name is Marin. Marin is constantly telling himself stories about his own life, and throughout his abbreviated existence, the gap between his desires and his reality vexes him as he attempts to find a role to inhabit.
As he progressively comes to realize that he is simply not a man of action, however, Marin must concoct ever more elaborate and subtle plans to justify his dithering. As soon as Marin starts earning a bit of money, he immediately upgrades his lifestyle, furnishing his apartment with:. The expenditures were significant, without a doubt too much […], but Marin insisted on these furnishings, which gave him the happy concerns of a homeowner. That consumer mentality is not limited to earth, however, for it extends even to the afterlife.
Paradise is not a place for leisurely contemplation—there are hardly any novels to be found in the library—rather, there is a bustling casino, not to mention the possibility to go kayaking, play beach volleyball, and participate in bikini contests.
The vision of Paradise as stereotypical male fantasy responds to the expectations of consumers conditioned by a lifetime of exposure to media representations of such images. That sense of inadequacy is exacerbated by his internalization of the expectations and aesthetics of contemporary pornography. While he is ashamed to admit it, he takes pleasure in writing for Bel. He would immediately want Marin to be the plagiarizer, a man of the shadows who wordlessly accepted the thankless tasks he was offered, while secretly preparing a formidable sabotage.
It would be very novelistic, exactly the sort of thing for B, himself a writer, in his spare time, of cerebral police thrillers.
Caught up in the game […], he would pursue the investigation, preceding in a way his own detective, who would reconstruct in turn, in the next volume of the series of which B was the author, the secret chronology of the crime. This dizzying mise-en-abyme allows Marin to become the unsung hero of an epic tale of good versus evil. Marin proposes a faked assassination as a political stunt to Bel, who is plunging in the polls. Bel takes the bait, but unknown to him, Marin instructs the killers to go through with the shooting.
Ironically, just as Marin fears that his elaborate literary intrigue may somehow backfire and ultimately benefit Bel, the assassination plot is botched, and Marin takes a nine-millimeter bullet to the chest while Bel survives and goes on to enjoy an ascendant political career. Interestingly, Marin has a different epistemological status in the two narrative strands.
Running at a full sprint, he comes to a halt at the edge of Paradise. The unresolved — and perhaps irresolvable — final scene of his afterlife, however, raises a host of unanswerable questions. Si lien il y a, qui donc le tisse?
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