Jonathan Littell  

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"Le Sec et l'Humide (2008) is a book-length essay by Jonathan Littell, a corpus analysis of the prose of Léon Degrelle in Campaign in Russia: The Waffen SS on the Eastern Front (1949) which makes a clear distinction between the dry (the fascists) and the humid (the Bolsheviks)."--Sholem Stein

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Jonathan Littell (born 10 October 1967 in New York) is a bi-lingual (English / French) writer living in Barcelona. He is a dual citizen of the United States and France and is of Jewish background. His first novel written in French, Les Bienveillantes (2006), won two major French awards.


  • 1989 – Bad Voltage
  • 2006 – Les Bienveillantes (The Kindly Ones, 2009)
  • 2006 – The Security Organs of the Russian Federation. A Brief History 1991–2004
  • 2008 – Le Sec et L'Humide
  • 2008 – Études
  • 2008 – Georgisches Reisetagebuch
  • 2009 – Récit sur Rien
  • 2009 – Tchétchénie, An III
  • 2010 – En Pièces
  • 2011 – Triptyque: Trois études sur Francis Bacon (Triptych: Three Studies after Francis Bacon, 2013)
  • 2011 – The Invisible Enemy
  • 2012 – Une vieille histoire
  • 2012 – Carnets de Homs (Syrian Notebooks: Inside the Homs uprising, 2015)
  • 2013 – The Fata Morgana Books

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