A Singular Man

A Singular Man

Emmanuel Bove


In a country of everlasting stress and relieved ethical paralysis, Jean-Marie Thély, an anguished bystander restricted to the margins of well mannered society, has established the total of his lifestyles upon the concept he's in contrast to others. He derives his singularity from his origins as an illegitimate baby; bounced from one condescendingly charitable family to a different purely to be rejected by way of the bourgeois households that raised him. constrained to a standard schooling, barred from an officer's occupation, he's not able to do what he wishes and at last turns into trapped in a lifetime of utter indecision.

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