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Acta Universitatis Lodziensis Folia Litteraria Polonica

Abstract

This article discusses the poetry of Michel Houellebecq. Its reading as a world-view statement is defined by its key notion of freedom. The thus specified reading enables one to identify various meanings of the notion included in the poems of the French writer: the philosophical and the social meanings.

Keywords

Michel Houellebecq, poetry, freedom

References

Michel Houellebecq, Poesie, Editions J’ai lu, Paris 2010.

First Page

302

Last Page

308

Language

eng

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