Platform

fiction by Michel Houellebecq, Frank Wynne
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Blurb

Platform is a 2001 novel by controversial French writer Michel Houellebecq. It has received both great praise and great criticism, most notably for the novel's apparent condoning of sex tourism and anti-Muslim feelings. The author was charged for inciting racial and religious hatred after describing Islam as "stupid", but saw charges dismissed. A play in Spanish based on the book, adapted and directed by Calixto Bieito, premiered at the 2006 Edinburgh International Festival.

First Published

2001

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