A captivating first novel of love and madness, Hallucinating Foucault tells of a devoted reader's quest to find and liberate Paul Michel, enfant terrible of French Letters, who is schizophrenic and incarerated in an asylum. As its builds towards a startling conclusion, the novel unravels and probes the intriguing connections between writer Paul Michel and philosopher Michel Foucault, and the elusive bond that exists between writer and reader.
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Hallucinating FoucaultUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Employing a narrative style as limpid and engaging as that of Camus, this first novelist ably refutes her hero's assertion: "The love between a writer and a reader is never celebrated." This is a ... Read full review
Review: Hallucinating FoucaultUser Review - Jennifer Goodwin - Goodreads
It's set in Cambridge, my old home town so enjoyed revisiting my old haunts via the written word! A very weird but brilliantly written first novel. It centers around the narrator's quest to search for ... Read full review