Daily Telegraph: Mr Millet, who says he has read all 1,500 pages of Breivik’s online manifesto, insists that he does not approve of the Norwegian gunman’s crimes.
However, he praised Breivik’s writing and cry of hatred for social democracy, immigration and multiculturalism.
“Breivik is without doubt what Norway deserves,” wrote Millet in an 18-page pamphlet.
He is “as much a child of a broken family as of an ideological and racial fracture caused by immigration from outside Europe over the last 20 years,” added Mr Millet, who has edited several award-winning books in France.
His writing about Breivik has sparked consternation in the literary circles, with one author Annie Ernaux calling the text “a politically dangerous act”.