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[Download] ➻ Soumission Author Michel Houellebecq – Vejega.info Dans Une France Assez Proche De La N Tre, Un Homme S Engage Dans La Carri Re Universitaire Peu Motiv Par L Enseignement, Il S Attend Une Vie Ennuyeuse Mais Calme, Prot G E Des Grands Drames Historiques Cependant Les Forces En Jeu Dans Le Pays Ont Fissur Le Syst Me Politique Jusqu Provoquer Son Effondrement Cette Implosion Sans Soubresauts, Sans Vraie R Volution, Se D Veloppe Comme Un Mauvais R VeLe Talent De L Auteur, Sa Force Visionnaire Nous Entra Nent Sur Un Terrain Ambigu Et Glissant Son Regard Sur Notre Civilisation Vieillissante Fait Coexister Dans Ce Roman Les Intuitions Po Tiques, Les Effets Comiques, Une M Lancolie FatalisteCe Livre Est Une Saisissante Fable Politique Et Morale


10 thoughts on “Soumission

  1. Manny Manny says:

    This week, on DystopiaMichel Houellebecq discusses the future with Robert Heinlein Good evening, M Houellebecq Bonsoir, M Heinlein Alors, please, tell me your vision of the future Sure So Western civilization, it s already in a process of, ah, d sintegration You got it, buddy As my old fri


  2. ἀρχαῖος (arkhaîos) ἀρχαῖος (arkhaîos) says:

    Wow Great satire of French of European of Western values or lack thereof So well done that the irony often slips by unnoticed Who the hell are we SoumissionSo what do you call a novel about Muslims taking over control of France A novel of generally cynical politics A novel where women appear mostly


  3. ♥ Ibrahim ♥ ♥ Ibrahim ♥ says:

    As a former Muslim, I see that Houellebecq is right on the money I escaped Egypt my country in search of a land of freedom, and yet here oppression is chasing after me in the West We love for Europe to be Europe After all, that is why we left our mother countries in search of acivilized world where human dign


  4. İntellecta İntellecta says:

    In the book Submission Houellebecq describes in a calm, almost casual style, the fictional stories of a Paris university professor of literature, who describes his everyday life and thereby taps the social upheaval, after a Muslim party has won the elections Houellebecq tells about social developments in France, how it


  5. Jibran Jibran says:

    It seems as though Houellebecq wrote the novel to stir up not debate but controversy I m afraid to say that charging a small segment of French population with so much power and influence is way too out of proportion French Muslims have no power as a bloc , have no media representation they own nothing , have no think tanks or lo


  6. Michael Finocchiaro Michael Finocchiaro says:

    I have never been a big Houellebecq fan finding his obsession with his own intellect and genitalia annoying, so when a friend assured me that this book, Submission from 2015, was his masterpiece and was not just a paen to his intellect, I gave it a shot Well, aside from the novel premise of an islamic conversion of France in the 2017 elec


  7. Fionnuala Fionnuala says:

    I set out to read this book expecting to be provoked because in my experience Houellebecq is always hell bent on provoking somebody, and very often that somebody is of the opposite sex I wasn t disappointed this time his narrator managed to provoke me right at the beginning, and regularly from then on, so I decided that the only way to review this


  8. Paul Martin Paul Martin says:

    Would a society based on Moderate Islam be such a bad thing This seems to be the kind of book that divides critics into the two equally useless camps 1 This is islamophobic and racist garbage 2 Bravo A dark satire My view is that it s neither All Houllebecq is saying is that a completely secular society is like a vacuum Given the opportunity, it will let its


  9. Ian "Marvin" Graye Ian "Marvin" Graye says:

    Sex, Religion and PoliticsIf you only read one book about sex, religion and politics this year, make sure it s this one It packs enormous punch into far less than 300 pages, raising the question yet again why novels need to be 562 or 1,376 pages long and if they do on the basis of some subjective criterion, why they aren t written with such consistent verve, intellige


  10. notgettingenough notgettingenough says:

    I m just not sureI wonder why it is that sticking my dick up girls arses doesn t interest me like it used towhy a book that has something interesting to say about academiaThe girls love it Especially when I take my dick out of their arse and get them to lick it They really like that and also about politicsMaybe if I fucked two girls arses and then got them to lick my dick Maybe


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