In this video, I review Ann Sterzinger’s translation of Octave Mirbeau’s In the Sky. I discuss the nature of Louis-Ferdinand Céline-style “loser lit,” why the book succeeds as a comic portrait of male loserdom, how reading the book gave me a new perspective on Sterzinger’s own novels, and more.
You can read my written review of Mirbeau’s novel at Right On.
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