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By C. H. Dalton

ISBN-10: 1592404308

ISBN-13: 9781592404308

A examine the races of the realm by means of a adorable bigot, shooting the proud historical past and shiny way forward for racism in a single convenient, authoritative, and deeply offensive volume

Meet ?C. H. Dalton,? a professor of racialist reports and knowledgeable on inferior humans of all ethnicities, genders, religions, and sexual personal tastes. featuring facts that everybody will be hated, A useful consultant to Racism comprises glowing bits of knowledge on such matters as:

· the nice lifestyles loved through blacks, who shuffle via lifestyles unhindered by means of the white man?s burdens, to turn into complete athletes, rhyme smiths, and dominoes champions
· the sorrowful tale of the industrious, clever Jews, whose complete recognition is sullied through their flavor for the blood of Christian babies
· a detailed examine the weird, sweet-smelling race often called ?women,? who're now not first-class at anything?especially ruling the unfastened world
· a vital handbook to Arabs, a humans so delicate they're vulnerable to blow up at any time. Literally.

together with a finished word list of undying epithets, with 1000s of pejorative phrases for everybody from Phoenicians to Jews, A functional consultant to Racism is a vital box advisor for our multicultural world.

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32 Michel Houellebecq, Plateforme, Paris, Flammarion, 2001, p. 178. Lecture poétique 53 dualiser son discours: « L’idée d’une histoire littéraire séparée de l’histoire humaine globale me paraît très peu opérante […] 33 » au contraire, dans ses romans, elle se confronte à ce qui traditionnellement ne fait pas partie ou semble opposer son champs symbolique. En effectuant le rapprochement de ces deux idées dans Plateforme, l’objet d’art se trouve donc comme incarné dans la critique collective et philosophique du roman, c’est-à-dire contenu dans le processus imaginaire de sa représentation historique.

55-81, p. 61. , pp. 2936, p. 35. 18 En intégrant des poèmes dans ses romans et de la prose dans ses textes en vers, Michel Houellebecq élève à la conscience poétique son mode d’opérer en général. Le concept selon lequel, dans le poème, tout est forme, et dans le roman, tout est contenu, est ainsi suspendu. 19 Elle est la mémoire des formes plutôt que la mémoire des contenus, et en cela, elle fait passer les idées au même plan que le reste de l’existence humaine. Dans certains poèmes de Michel Houellebecq, c’est donc l’expressivité même de la communication en tant que mode d’expression qui est représentée.

Houellebecq retrouve précisément dans le discours méta-poétique de certains poèmes cette conscience du fondement premier, relationnel et social, du mot. Il n’est pas comme l’homme ordinaire qui « oublie donc que les métaphores originelles sont des métaphores, et les prend pour les choses mêmes ». Il oublie ainsi qu’il est un sujet « agissant en créateur et en artiste 48 ». Il ne devient pas artiste au second degré mais, au contraire, il se confronte à l’impossibilité de la métaphore, liée au fait que « l’homme devient muet quand il voit les abstractions, ou ne parle que par métaphores inédites ».

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