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Submission by Michel Houellebecq (Book Analysis): Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of Submission by Michel Houellebecq, in which the author envisions a France left deeply divided as a result of mass immigration and an increase in Islamic extremism. In this tense political context, the Muslim Brotherhood party pulls off a surprise election victory and sets about ruling France in accordance with the tenets of Islam. The novel’s main character, a misanthropic and profoundly lonely professor of literature at the Sorbonne, must navigate this new reality, in which polygamy and arranged marriages are now the norm, and prestigious jobs are off limits to non-Muslims. The book proved controversial on its release, with some alleging that it is anti-Muslim, but it nonetheless became an instant bestseller in multiple European countries. Michel Houellebecq is one of France’s best-known modern novelists and won the country’s prestigious Prix Goncourt in 2010 for his novel The Map and the Territory.

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Publisher: Primento Digital ISBN: 9782806281180 Pages: 40