In: World Literature Studies, vol. 10, no. 4
Year, pages: 2018, 24 - 37
Richard Millet. Censorship. Contemporary French literature. Conspiratorial thinking.
Article type: štúdie - téma / articles - topic
Document type: pdf
The paper analyzes the works of French author Richard Millet and the way he thematizes censorship from his early works up to the controversial eulogy of Anders Breivik in 2012. The author’s claim of being a victim of censorship is approached as a symptom of a larger problem that is conspiratorial thinking. The study shows that Millet’s conspiratorial ideation evolves progressively and becomes ever more pronounced and radicalized in his writings. Though censorship, in his mind, takes up different forms – from political correctness to indirect means of silencing – it underlies the author’s conspiratorial mindset on every stage and is a part of his self-image.
How to cite:
Drengubiak, J. 2018. Sprisahanecké myslenie v„cenzurovanom“ diele Richarda Milleta. In World Literature Studies, vol. 10, no.4, pp. 24-37. 1337-9275.
Drengubiak, J. (2018). Sprisahanecké myslenie v„cenzurovanom“ diele Richarda Milleta. World Literature Studies, 10(4), 24-37. 1337-9275.
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