L’intertextualité dans l’œuvre de Michel Houellebecq
INTERTEXTUALITY IN MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ’S WORK
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This article is focused on intertextuality in Houellebecq’s work. It describes his philosophical influences such as Comte or Schopenhauer, who helped him to form his own ideas about life and humanity. It also points out his literary influences such as Baudelaire or Lautréamont, about whom Houellebecq refers often with admiration. In the end it evokes a more discreet intertextuality which is rarely exposed when we talk about his work.
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