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In the turbulent 1830s, the young priest Prosper Gueranger determines to restore France's dispersed Benedictine community. Gueranger revitalizes a religious community, as well as a thousand years of monastic tradition. He does this work with full knowledge that he will be criticized, in the ethos of postrevolutionary France, for sacrificing the individual to the collective. In the decadent 1890s, Joris-Karl Huysmans writes En route, a novel that continues the narrative of the novelist'sdoi:10.26262/gramma.v18i0.6341 fatcat:t43rwlnkqretxalap76axw6mau