It is now done: all the unpublished manuscripts of Louis-Ferdinand Céline found in 2021 have been published. Recently, The Will of King Krogold, a delirious and arduous medieval tale, and two volumes of the recast Pléiade have just been released, to inscribe these texts chronologically. The first contains Voyage au bout de la nuit, La Volonté du roi Krogold and La Légende du roi René (variation around the same theme), "War" - the quotation marks are there to remind us that Céline had not given a title to this draft - and London. The second brings together Mort à crédit, Casse-pipe enriched with many recently found passages, and Guignol's Band I and II.
Finally, a new Louis-Ferdinand Céline Album appears, with extraordinary iconographic documents that even the most ardent Celinians had never seen before. It is Frédéric Vitoux, specialist of the writer and author of an excellent biography, The Life of Céline, now available in pocket edition in an expanded version...
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