By Éric Laurrent
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Dehors est paru en 2000.
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Éric Laurrent est né en 1966 à Clermont-Ferrand.
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They are novelistic. In this regard Zamyatin insists they are quite unlike traditional literary utopias. Zamyatin is very clear about this. 80 Wells’s works of science fiction, on the other hand, do possess these qualities, although not to the eminent degree that they are found in a “great” writer. If in a traditional literary utopia, and by implication also in a modern inverted utopia, we find that “static well-being” and “petrified paradaisiac social equilibrium are logically bound” with “a static plot and absence of a story line,” then Wells’s science fiction should not be thought of as being an inverted utopia at all.
It is rather an essay about the history of utopian thought and literature. 69 And there is at least some evidence in A Modern Utopia (which most commentators do consider to be a utopian text)70 which supports this claim. Hence, also, there is at least some evidence to support Zamyatin’s view that, so far as he was a creative writer, Wells was throughout his life always if not overtly anti-utopian then at least someone who, though tempted by the siren song of utopianism, nevertheless remained skeptical about utopianism in politics and wary of its obvious pitfalls.
But this utopian dimension of the work tells only one-half of the story in the text. Side by side with it there is, Morson notes, one of the most penetrating critiques of utopianism in politics ever written. The philosophical underpinnings of this critique of utopianism in literature are to be found in Wells’s essay “Skepticism of the Instrument,” appended to the text. ”48 In this essay Wells follows Nietzsche and Dostoevsky and rejects Science Fiction and the History of Utopian Literature 27 the philosophical “rationalism” or the Platonism which, in his view, underpins all utopian speculation.
Dehors by Éric Laurrent