Michel Houellebecq

Michel Houellebecq (born Michel Thomas; 26 February 1956) is a French author, filmmaker, and poet. Having written poetry and a biographical essay on the horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, he published his first novel, Whatever, in 1994.
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Lanzarote by Houellebecq, Michel
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Realising that his New Year is probably going to be a disaster, as usual, our narrator, on impulse, walks into a travel agency to book a week in the sun. Sensitive to his limited means and...
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The Art of Struggle by Michel Houellebecq
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Features a collection of prose and verse pieces which investigate the issues of alienation, individualism and disillusionment.
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The Map and the Territory by Houellebecq, Michel
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Having made his name with an exhibition of photographs of Michelin roadmaps - beautiful works that won praise from every corner of the art world - Jed Martin is now emerging from a ten-year...
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The Possibility of an Island (Vintage International) by Michel Houellebecq, Gavin Bowd
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Lanzarote by Michel Houellebecq
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The Elementary Particles (Vintage International (Paperback)) by Houellebecq Michel
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The Map and the Territory by Houellebecq, Michel
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Having made his name with an exhibition of photographs of Michelin roadmaps - beautiful works that won praise from every corner of the art world - Jed Martin is now emerging from a ten-year...
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Whatever by Michel Houellebecq, Paul Hammond
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Just thirty, with a well-paid job, depression and no love life, the narrator and anti-hero par excellence of this grim, funny and clever novel smokes four packs of cigarettes a day and writes...
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Submission by Houellebecq, Michel
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In a near-future France, Francois, a middle-aged academic, is watching his life slowly dwindle to nothing. In a late-capitalist society where consumerism has become the new religion, Francois...
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LA Possibilite D'Une Ile by Houellebecq, Michel
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Submission by Houellebecq, Michel
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In a near-future France, Francois, a middle-aged academic, is watching his life slowly dwindle to nothing. In a late-capitalist society where consumerism has become the new religion, Francois...
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The Possibility of an Island by Michel Houellebecq
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The new novel from the bestselling, highly acclaimed and always controversial author of Atomised. Who, among you, deserves eternal life? Daniel is a highly successful stand-up comedian who...
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Public Enemies by Houellebecq, Michel
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Bestselling novelist Michel Houellebecq, and bestselling philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy ('BHL'), are two of the most celebrated and controversial intellectual figures in France today. In Public...
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Lanzarote: Et Autres Textes by Houellebecq, Michel
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Whatever by Michel Houellebecq
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A portrayal of the vanishing freedom of a world governed by science and by the empty rituals of daily life.
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Extension Du Domaine De La Lutte by Houellebecq, Michel
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Whatever (Serpent's Tail Classics) by Houellebecq, Michel
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A computer programmer by day, he is tolerably content, until he's packed off with a colleague - the sexually-frustrated Raphael Tisserand - to train provincial civil servants in the use of a...
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