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The Man Who is Crying with Laughter
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25 March 2021

The Man Who is Crying with Laughter

The character Octave Parango, the author's alter ego, an advertiser in the first novel, a model hunter in the second, in the third transforms into a humorist, a participant in a morning radio show.

In this brilliant satire, Beigbeder who has an undeniable penchant for the humorous, exposes the "dictatorship of laughter," describes a society in which "the ridiculous is obligatory," and ridicules what he calls comic populism practiced by many of his brethren, as well as by politicians, such as reality TV host Donald Trump, who reached the White House, Boris Johnson, known as BoJo the Clown, who became prime minister, and more, and more… Beigbeder leads us from harmless humor. through irony and sarcasm to get to the point where laughing with tears turns into laughing through tears.

Let's be clear: the purpose of this book is not to show that the adjective "funny" will soon be synonymous with "Nazi." Its purpose is just to relax our facial muscles. We do not have to resort to them round-the-clock, all year round - we also need them to grit our teeth.

About the Author
Frédéric  Beigbeder

Frédéric Beigbeder made a brilliant career as a journalist, novelist, literary critic, TV reporter, and a founder of the literary prize “Prix de Flore”. He is a famous Parisian dandy and an addict of clubs and bars like Marc Marronnier – the main character of his first three books: “Mémoire d'un jeune homme dérangé” (“Memoirs of a Deranged Young Man”, 1990), “Vacances dans le coma” (“Holidays in a Coma”, 1994) and “L'amour dure trois ans” (“Love Lasts Three Years”, 1997). Beigbeder was born in 1965, and studied at prestigious colleges. He specialised in political science, marketing, journalism and communications. About ten novels of his have been published so far, including “99 francs” - a relentless satire on the world of publicity. The book has been sold in more than 380 000 copies world-wide. In 2007 the novel was filmed in France.

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