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Hoeper, Jeffrey D. Percy Bolingbroke St. Elme-Marie See: Caro, E. King, Eleanor E. Unlike Wells or E. Burroughs, Verne has no sympathy with telepathy, spiritism, parapsychology--and yet his imagery, even though hidden by a positivist and didactic phraseology, goes far beyond the most unbridled dreamings of his contemporaries.
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The reader of Voyage au centre de la terre Journey to the Center of the Earth is enthralled by the inimitable didactic tone of the passages that explain the theory of central fire, the geology the carboniferous age, or the habits of the great reptiles--a tone that transfigures the most pedestrian lecture into a kind of mysterious incantation. But in the romanesque episodes the reader also discovers a secret message analogous to the message of the parchment that induced Professor Liddenbrock and his nephew to plunge into the crater.
Grottoes, subterranean passages, caves, abysses: the images of hidden depths are repeated in many of the novels. And in Vernean initiatory travel, truth is nocturnal, subterranean, locked up in shadows. This theme has been studied by Michel Butor, a novelist of the first rank and a critic who has reflected shrewdly on the nature of narrative. This theme has also been tackled by S.
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His method is difficult to define. He seems to apply himself at one moment to a narrow biographical problem and at another to a conventional theme: Verne and the sea, Verne and music. It is of course important that Verne read scientific journals carefully, but it is more striking to find in his novels the influence of--or even references to--utopian socialists like Fourier and Saint-Simon, German and English romanticists, or Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Bakunin.
A contemporary of Goncourt and Maupassant, Auguste de Villiers de l'Isle Adam can be considered the last true representative of romantic fantasy, the last Gothic novelist. His novel L'Eve future which deals with an artificial woman fashioned by Thomas A. Edison--or rather, a romanesque, mysterious, and far from historical avatar of the famous American engineer combines in a fascinating way scientific themes the use of electricity, the building of a robot and romantic dreamings Edison's laboratory having become a sort of Castle of Otranto, Villiers rediscovers the themes of the Liebestod, the eternal feminine, etc.
The confrontation of the author of The Future Eve with the author of The Carpathian Castle, a very similar novel, is quite revealing. In the differences between Robinson Crusoe and The Mysterious Island, Macherey finds a changing bourgeois ideology with respect to technology and man's power over nature. More important-for our purposes is the fact that Macherey takes Verne's novels as a means of exemplifying and illustrating a thesis on links between ideology and narrative. He sets out to find a method that would allow the literary theoretician, first to detect the unique "ideological project" that has determined the central topic of the work under study in Verne's case, "man's rule over nature" , then to describe the figuration imaginaire and symbolic system put into the service of that project, and finally to produce some hypotheses on the interaction of ideology and narration.
Exactly five years after taking this position, standing with Jacques Derrida and Christian Bourgois in defense of Salman Rushdie against the fatwa issued by Ayatollah Khomeini, BHL drew up a discouraging list of the many places where a new collapse of sense and meaning was looming. Along with Russia, already in a nationalist swoon, and Rwanda, then split by genocide the widespread denial of which would never cease to haunt him , BHL focused his analysis on the fate of two countries that the proponents of purity were doing their best to destroy.
Is Algeria drunk on purity? A basic characteristic of the fascism of purity begins to emerge. In Algeria, they were recognized by their appearance, their gestures, their way of walking, standing, or dressing—any mark of difference, sometimes nearly imperceptible, that betrayed western influence and that disturbed the tranquility of the Ummah.
Cleanliness, uniqueness, permanence, timelessness, limpidity: These are the bywords of purity. And invariably it is in the name of that purity that, after a clandestine drubbing and unending terror, a man whose sole crime was thinking is executed. The knotty, twisted wood of humanity can be straightened at will. If only Stalin had not betrayed Lenin. If only the Emir had not strayed from the Caliph. One need only go back to the point at which the deviation occurred and start over.
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One need only reboot history. The advantage of the idea of deviation is that one can return to the fork, taking the right path this time, and, in so doing, erase the original mistake. In the course of the twentieth century, all swayed to the mad cadences of the desire for purity.