The article is related the idea of the so-called "aesthetic revolution in language" by Celine. The author focuses on the peculiaritiees Celine's new language, namely the fusion of conversational and literary elements, the introduction of argot and neologisms, the special meaning of rhythm, intonation and speech melody which have an amportant impact. The writer constructs his phrases in accordance with the image of the hostile and aggressive world. Applying the complex method of research (comparative-historical, biographical, hermeneutic and intertextual), the author discloses the uniqueness of Celine's language. Celine destroyed the monopoly of the standard literary language conclusively. Moreover, Celine created a "new syntax" - "a language within language" - that helps the reader hear and see the world without either explaning anything or imposing any interpretation.