Brown Morning is a French fable, written by Franck Pavloff in 1998, published by a publishing house usually specialized in poetry, editions Cheyne in December 1998.
The title of the fable refers to the "Brown Shirts" nickname given to Nazi SA militia. The author wrote this news as a "fit of anger" after the revelation of candidates alliances with the National Front in the second round of elections
Brown Morning is a new universal against the single thought and what Pavloff called "small compromissions". This book has a universal appeal because the space-time indications are not detailed. The book has been very successful in 2002 (more than a million copies sold) after the surprise of the first round of the presidential election in which the far-right candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen was qualified for the second round. Since this news is regularly the subject of discussions and work in schools.
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date of publication: 1998
genre: short story