Dans le labyrinthe. Front Cover. Alain Robbe-Grillet. Union Générale d’Ed., – pages Bibliographic information. QR code for Dans le labyrinthe. Dans le labyrinthe has ratings and 39 reviews. Fatima said: این کتاب هیچ ربطی به فیلم ایرانی ماهی و گربه ندارد ولی سبک هردویشان با اینکه یکی فیلم. il se met A dessiner un labyrinthe: les H.L.M., les cites de luxe en beton arme, ou “‘As soon as a modern architect is given a project,” says Alain Robbe-Grillet.

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In the Labyrinth

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. In a stretchy synaptic tingling kind of way. A strange experimental read that feels like a half-forgotten memory.

Last Year at Marienbad is brilliant and led me to Robbe-Grillet’s other work. This is greatly to be enjoyed. Alexander Belyj rated it really liked it Sep 29, Books by Alain Robbe-Grillet.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Aaron rated it really liked it Aug 06, While I can understand why many people labyrintthe dislike this novel, I have always found it inspiring.

The snow falls, doors creak open and lights are turned out. Open Preview See a Problem? An establishing shot sets the scene. Elliot rated it really liked it Mar 16, For that reason, I have described it as inspiring.

Dans le labyrinthe

I don’t blame anyone for disliking this book. Wounded, suffering from exhaustion, prey to an ever-worsening fever, and aware that the enemy is about to enter the city, the soldier must find his way among the maze-like streets to deliver a package whose contents he In the Labyrinth is the story of a soldier who, after a lost lagyrinthe, tramps endlessly through a strange city on a mission entrusted him by a dying comrade. Yet his work is ultimately characterised by its ability to mean many things to many different people[2].


The powerful sense robbe-grilllet defamiliarization that Robbe-Grillet’s novel achieves, its ability to make the common seem suddenly strange and alien, is one which might be usefully re-conceived in terms of an electronic hypertext.

It’s dan very unique narrative technique, and one that on the s Robbe-Grillet uses the same technique here as in Jealousy.

As a hypertext, the infinite labyrinth which the author uses as a metaphor for reading itself would find its perfect formal complement. Some unforgettable scenes people behind a curtain in a high window and haunting portrayal of paranoia, suspicion, and perpetual search for identity, selfness, and the truth as it is. But he doesn’t explain everything, and I want to read it again to try and piece together all the seemingly incompatible parts he left us with.

The camera quickly pulls in on a particular object, staying with it through a long close-up. Alain Robbe-Grillet was a French writer and filmmaker.

Dans Le Labyrinthe

One of the best books I’ve read. When it finally pulls back to a medium shot, the viewer realizes with a shock that the entire scene has shifted.


Though unlike Jealousy, a more traditional narrative emerges to a certain extent as the novel progresses, but it still doesn’t quite spell things out for you until the final two chapters. You wander down daans same streets, pass the same houses, in search of a meeting spot you cannot remember the name of for a purpose you can no longer recall. Given this background, we might best describe his technique in terms of cinema.

Robbe-Grillet builds high tension line-by-line that carries the reader along, nervously awaiting a new development or insight into the evolving story line. The main marker of any timeline indicated here is in the symbol of the soldier’s facial hair growth – a very clever trope.

Dans Le Labyrinthe by Robbe-Grillet, Alain

Read images of vision. If changes between nodes occurred randomly and invisibly at suitable points, the reader would experience a seemingly unified text, but each path would be different. Like the rest of Robbe-Grillet’s work, rather than simply telling a story, or telling a story at all, he creates an labyrintge that stimulates the reader’s imagination. Cards with the dialog written.