Michel Houellebecq, whose real name is Michel Thomas, is a is an award-winning French author, filmmaker, and poet, born in February 26, 1958 or 1956. His novels The Elementary Particles and Platform have earned him international reputation sulphurous provocative, but they are also often seen as a new tone in French literature.
- You get used to terrorist attacks. France will hold on. The French will hold on, without even needing a “sursaut national,” a national pushback reflex. They’ll hold on because there’s no other way, and because you get used to everything. No human force, not even fear, is stronger than habit.