Mort à crédit

Louis-Ferdinand Céline

The way I felt about it, a man was entitled to die, to go in, when he had a good story to tell. You told your story and you passed on. Symbolically speaking, that’s what Death on the Installment Plan is. The reward for life being death…seeing that it’s not God who governs but the Devil…Man…or nature stinks, just look at the lives of the birds or the animals.

Louis-Ferdinand Céline
Interview, 1960

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