Cendors (Pierre) : Tractatus Solitarius

Written as an echo to Hermann Hesse’s Steppenwolf, Pierre Cendors’ Tractatus solitarius – a poetical fiction work written in a form that reminds of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus logico-philosophicus – takes us deep into the wild, non-human, essential part of mankind. A man embarks on a journey within himself that is to lead him to nowhere, an unexplored landscape of absolute silence where new strengths await him. The book is at once a literary tribute, a tale of evasion, a travel diary and a poetical treatise.

Literature / Novel / Hermann Hesse

14 x 22 cm
96 p.
ISBN : 979-10-92444-85-8

Date de publication : 29 juin 2019

Foreign Rights

L’Atelier contemporain attempts to publish books of art and literature and books which associate artists and writers, with the concern to revive a dialogue between the literary and plastic arts.
The ambition is to explore the « paths of the création » through five collections gathered within the company : essays on art, written by artists, conversations and correspondences, monographs, and literature.

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