Celine often writes Bardamu as being drawn to these amusements as a metaphor for life, with its distracting pleasures for sale and its predictable follies.
This is a name for the basement of the church where Robinson and Grandma Henrouille display the mummified corpses to tourists. It is found in a small town in southern France.
Like entertainment offers its viewers a place of warm, comforting dreams, where the harsh realities of the world are momentarily suspended - for a small fee.
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