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Book Title: Değişme|
The author of the book: Michel Butor
Edition: e yayınları
Date of issue: March 1973
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Léon Delmont goes on the train from Paris to Rome to meet his mistress, Cécile. He yearns for a new life on a new footing and he is full of hopes and looks forward to the new start with his beloved and the cardinal changes in his life.
He scrupulously observes the other passengers, contemplates arts, recollects and analyzes his family life, his work, his habitual visits to Rome and his previous rendezvous with Cécile.
And the train goes on…
And once again now grown customary noise and rocking movements resume and the world outside the window is running to meet you, to that boundary without the beginning or end which goes through your seat, and behind that boundary it disappears out of sight, and again the wind rushes in the compartment and instantly dries up the air.
But the nearer is Rome the less sure becomes Léon… Doubts arrive instead of hopes… Anticipation turns into apprehension. Fears nest in his heart.
All the previous travels and the present ride merge in the single endless journey… Léon falls asleep and he dreams that Charon carries him across the river Styx in his boat to the world of the dead and dream merges with life…
Nostalgia reigns over the world so the past always seems to be better than the present. But the past will never repeat.
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Read information about the authorMichel Marie François Butor was born in Mons-en-Barœul, a suburb of Lille. He studied philosophy at the Sorbonne, graduating in 1947. He has taught in Egypt, Manchester, Thessaloniki, the United States, and Geneva. He has won many literary awards for his work, including the Prix Apollo, the Prix Fénéon; and the Prix Renaudot.
Journalists and critics have associated his novels with the nouveau roman, but Butor himself long resisted that association. The main point of similarity is a very general one, not much beyond that; like exponents of the nouveau roman, he can be described as an experimental writer. His best-known novel, La Modification, for instance, is written entirely in the second person. In his 1967 La critique et l'invention, he famously said that even the most literal quotation is already a kind of parody because of its "trans-contextualization."
For decades, he chose to work in other forms, from essays to poetry to artist's books to unclassifiable works like Mobile. Literature, painting and travel are subjects particularly dear to Butor. Part of the fascination of his writing is the way it combines the rigorous symmetries that led Roland Barthes to praise him as an epitome of structuralism (exemplified, for instance, by the architectural scheme of Passage de Milan or the calendrical structure of L'emploi du temps) with a lyrical sensibility more akin to Baudelaire than to Robbe-Grillet.
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