translated by Dominic Di Bernardi
A major work by one of France's most important authors of the twentieth century, London Bridge is a riotous novel about the London underworld during the First World War.
Picking up where its predecessor Guignol's Band left off, Celine's narrator recounts his disastrous partnership with an eccentric Frenchman intent on financing a trip to Tibet by winning a gas-mask competition; his uneasy relationship with London's pimps and whores and their common nemesis, Inspector Matthew of Scotland Yard; and, most scandalous of all, his affair with a colonel's daughter.
Paperback: 400 pages
Product Dimensions: 129 x 198 mm
Published by Alma Books