Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Louis-Ferdinand Céline (pseudonym of Louis Ferdinand Auguste Destouches) (May 27, 1894 – July 1, 1961) was a French writer and physician. His most famous work is Journey to the End of Night.1

Works

  • Des vagues short story (1917)
  • The Life and Work of Semmelweis (1924)
  • La Quinine en thérapeutique (1925)
  • Journey to the End of the Night (1932)
  • Ballets without Music, without Dancers, without Anything (1932)
  • The Church (1933)
  • Death on Credit (1936)
  • Mea Culpa (1936)
  • Trifles for a Massacre (1937)
  • School for Corpses (1938)
  • A Nice Mess (1941)
  • Guignol’s Band (1944)
  • Cannon-Fodder (1949)
  • Fable for Another Time (1952)
  • Normance (1954)
  • Conversations with Professor Y (1955)
  • Castle to Castle (1957)
  • North (1960)
  • London Bridge: Guignol’s Band II (1964)
  • Rigadoon (1969)
  • The Selected Correspondence of Louis-Ferdinand Céline (2015)

See also

External Links

References

1. “Louis-Ferdinand Celine.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed July 25, 2020.

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