The conclusion introduces the author Philippe Muray as a particularly striking example of the persistence and prevalence of satiric modernism beyond not only temporal and geographical but also linguistic borders. Muray is a singular figure of contemporary French literature and his oeuvre shows how an innovative aesthetic of satiric and comic critique of modernity drawing consciously from the modernist tradition persists into our own day in contexts beyond the English-speaking world.
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