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Sport Prix Goncourt: "L'Anomalie" by Hervé le Tellier, a novel about "confrontation with oneself"

12:55  29 november  2020
12:55  29 november  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Hervé Le Tellier is a writer, journalist, mathematician, food critic, and teacher. He has been a member of the Oulipo group since 1992 and one of the “papous” of the famous France Culture radio show.

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En lice aux côtés de trois autres auteurs pour le prix Goncourt 2020, Hervé le Tellier était l'invité d'Europe 1, dimanche matin, pour évoquer son roman L'Anomalie. Une oeuvre pour laquelle il dit avoir eu envie de travailler sur le regard que l'on porte sur soi-même, à différentes périodes de notre vie. © Joël Saget, AFP In the running alongside three other authors for the 2020 Goncourt Prize, Hervé le Tellier was the guest of Europe 1, Sunday morning, to discuss his novel L'Anomalie. A work for which he says he wanted to work on the way we look at ourselves, at different periods of our life.

"Each moment, each experience corresponds to a different way of seeing oneself", explains Hervé le Tellier, evoking the themes addressed in his novel. "L'Anomalie" (Gallimard) , is one of the four works in competition for the Goncourt prize, , the winners of which will be communicated on Monday .

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Hervé Le Tellier (born 21 April 1957) is a French writer and linguist, and a member of the international literary group Oulipo (Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle, which translates roughly as "workshop of potential literature"). He is its fourth president.

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Several characters, for different looks on oneself

According to Gallimard, the publisher of Hervé le Tellier's book, L'Anomalie explores this part of ourselves that escapes us. Indeed, with this story, what interested him, he says, "was to work on two subjects simultaneously: the confrontation with oneself and with what is essential to our lives, through the idea of ​​necessity. to share his life with someone else ". In his work, Hervé le Tellier involves several characters, corresponding to as many looks on oneself. "This relationship to oneself is a specific relationship and I needed a lot of characters to explain all the possibilities", he explains, adding that we do not look at ourselves in the same way when we are a child, and when you are an accomplished adult, even an old man.

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An inverted Matrix

While his novel has been compared many times to the Matrix, Hervé le Tellier asserts that L'Anomalie carries the opposite hypothesis. "In The Matrix, it is human beings who give energy to machines, while in the book, it is the rather old hypothesis of Nick Bostrom (a Swedish philosopher, Editor's note), that we are not quite made certain to exist ".

Moreover, while the novel exploits a reality in which Donald Trump is reelected to the presidency of the United States, Hervé le Tellier explains that this allows a possible rereading of the end of the book. "We say to ourselves that we may not be in that reality, and that there is another possible one."

With L'Anomalie, a work for which he drew on different types of literary genres, drawing inspiration from authors he loved such as Manchette, or Chandler, Hervé le Tellier, who also worked on the universe of white literature and aphorism, hopes to win the 2020 Goncourt Prize on Monday. A social and economic prize which "plays a role in making reading sacred", he said. A price which according to him makes all the French specificity in terms of literary prices.

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