We read "Break", the last book of Yann Moix

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Yann Moix is ​​he a bastard? Should we recall his words, causing burst tweets and long debates? "The authentic writer dares to do what contravenes the fundamental laws of the active society," observes Georges Bataille in Literature and Evil, and this is precisely what differentiates the grain from a singular work; others, academic, neat and polite.

That of Yann Moix challenges. Six months later, outside, diatribe addressed to the President of the Republic where the author castigated the migration policy of the head of state, here is Rompre, a novel this time, conversation between a man scarred by his separation and a fictional journalist came to ask about his literary and cinematographic projects.

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On September 16, 2017, Emmanuelle, the fiancee of the writer, asks him why he waited forty-nine years to be interested in human misery: and here is Yann flayed in the ideal of the Moix, visibly victim of a haemorrhage ego. He leaves her, persuaded to be able to win her back. In vain. Emmanuelle left with a yoga teacher, leaving him "alone, silly, sad and forgetful". This situation installed, the author builds a story portraying the upsetting portrait of one of those beings in perdition after a breakup in love. But the masochistic genius of Yann Moix subsides in the fact to have been aware of it from the beginning, even to be pleased with it:

"The break remains a curse. I claim it as much as I hate it; I call her because I fear her. "

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