A playful and philosophical merry-go-round of truths that are often completely false. Undoubtedly one of the most original texts of the new school year.
Carrousel encyclopédique des grandes vérités de la vie moderne is a world work, a baroque and absolute summation. Written over a period of more than ten years, this book inventories and compiles facts and observations, truths real or false, probable or not, fabricated or out-of-date. A collection of categorical and deranged aphorisms, the Carousel forms an unlikely meeting point between the lush spirit of the Renaissance, the moralists of the 17th century and the totalitarian paranoia of the 20th.
This crazy text does not shy away from any prejudice or superstition to open a vortex of words that knot and unravel the games of truth and language. A merry-go-round of the unexpected, laughter and optimism.