Nicolas Léger

Nicolas Léger teaches literature and philosophy at the Lycée Victor Hugo in Florence.


Cover for: The literature of inequality

As the social and economic violence of inequality intensifies, contemporary French literature is charting new territory in the face of the partial failure of social activism and the conquests of aggressive economic liberalism, writes Nicolas Léger. Collective utopias may be done for; humour, the carnivalesque and gestures of solidarity remain.

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