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The well-to-do community of Gex in the French Jura was shocked by these brutal murders, which were apparently committed by a high-profile researcher at the World Health Organization. The shock and fascination of the affaire Romand rapidly spread to a national level when it was revealed that Jean-Claude Romand never worked for the WHO and did not even complete medical school.

For eighteen years, his life was a carefully scripted and executed fiction in which his family and friends unknowingly participated. Investigators quickly assumed that the lies and murders covered a second, double life of crime and deceit. This was not the case: JeanClaude Romand was unemployed his entire life and defrauded his friends and family of their life savings, while assuring them that he 60 FLS, Vol. In reality, his life consisted of empty days spent simply driving, sitting in rest areas along the highway, or walking in the woods. He abandoned the project.

Also under scrutiny here is the potentially insidious and criminal role of the Other, both as narrator and narratee.

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In the process, all of the characters and even the readers become accomplices who must share in the guilt. Marion 61 saire does not, as Indiana claims, portray Jean-Claude Romand as inhuman. XXXV, woven and implicates both the bearer of and the witness to this emptiness. Dehors, il se retrouvait nu.

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Yet this gaze is largely imaginary: he occupies his time dreaming of telling his lover Corinne the truth and being consoled and comforted by her. All the while he defrauds her, a single mother of two young children, of her life savings. When he is alone with her, he has the opportunity to play the part of the successful doctor, about which Marion 63 he is so discreet with his friends and family, garnering their admiration for his modesty rather than raising their suspicions.

He even takes her to a medical conference in Russia, where they have their first quarrel, because he does not introduce her to his colleagues, since they are not actually his colleagues. When he attempts to murder her after he has brutally massacred his entire immediate family, she does not recognize his unprecedented outburst of violence as homicidal. She attributes it to a stress-induced breakdown, and rather than reporting his assault to the police, she accepts his promise to seek psychological help.

Unbeknownst to Luc, it is a false confession, and Romand invents a relapse in order to conceal his affair with Corinne from his wife Florence. Il y avait de quoi raidir la nuque. Once Romand is in prison, it takes him some time to adjust, since he literally destroyed the people on which his identity was based. In prison, Jean-Claude becomes the model inmate and repentant sinner on the path to redemption, winning praise for his devotion and the eloquent expression of his personal journey to peace and light. The latter role is enabled by the prison visitors, and by one in particular, who introduces Romand to a friend of hers, Bernard, a Buchenwald survivor who in turn becomes close friends with Romand.

Initially, Romand shocks the psychiatrists with behavior suited to his previous role as the well-established doctor and prestigious researcher: in the wake of his massacres, he is calm, logical and fully attentive to his listeners in keeping with his ideal of always giving an impeccably positive impression of himself and Marion 65 catering to his listeners. In such a moment, however, an emotional breakdown would have been the only well-received response.

Another team of psychiatrists meets with Romand and concludes: [ The mood of the novel is dominated by fear and horror, and these emotions turn out not to be just childhood anxieties. Here we may think of the Lacanian vel structure of two overlapping circles whose shared space is blind, a mediating space which may increase or decrease, depending on shifts between the circles.

If we choose money, we lose both; if we choose life, we lead a life deprived of something. Lacan gives this example to illustrate the relation between being the subject and the other meaning , whose overlap is non-meaning.

We can choose meaning located in the field of the other at the cost of the unconscious of the subject, or we can choose being the subject at the price of meaning. Romand chooses to kill to avoid revealing and seeing what is beneath the field of the other, and he substitutes another field in its wake. He lives in the imaginary and is given life and agency by the admiring gaze of the other, where he locates his entire being and subjectivity.

This makes homicide his pathological form of self- Marion 67 defense against the threat of a radical change in perception by the other, which would be the equivalent of murder via involuntary identity theft. Peur et honte. He is the instrument and does not know what changes to himself as player will be wrought by his own recounting. Il me fallait un point de vue. Or je ne peux pas. If the question is not one of good faith, as evidenced by the case of Luc Ladmiral, for example, but of an irrevocable implication in shaping the other and also in giving oneself over to this other without defense, where is the ethical choice?

The seventy-fiveyear-old Bernard has just returned to Lyons from Paris, where he went to visit Romand for half an hour. Romand had recently been transferred there, and Bernard went to visit out of compassion for his friend, who was suddenly in new surroundings and without a familiar face in sight. The trip was grueling because he himself had been in the very same prison in Fresnes. He was arrested by the Gestapo during World War II for his role in the Resistance and was imprisoned in Fresnes for two months before being deported to Buchenwald.

The relation is by no means one of confrontation or reconciliation. Bernard and Romand are both part of the Intercesseurs, a worldwide group which maintains a constant chain of prayer; at every moment of the day, one of the members is praying. Survivor guilt, the unspeakable, and feelings of dehumanization perversely recall Holocaust testimony, not the testimony of an individual who has brutally murdered his wife, children, and parents.

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There is not any indication of Romand as a perpetrator in his testimony. His account hearkens to the experiences of saints; he has a revelation of peace through a painful night. He becomes the model character in the narrative handed to him by his charity visitors turned friends.