In the late 1970s and early 1980s, French Minuit Press presented a group of young writers, described by critics as ″New New Novel″ or ″Impassive?Novel″. The novelists adopted the unemotional strategies in the narrative, abandoning the depiction of the interiority of the characters, which makes their works have a sense of distance, revealing the distance between the author and the characters, the narrator and the narrative. In terms of narrative perspective, ″New New Novels″ like to use the ″external perspective″ to remove the subjective moods and judgments of the narrator, and to minimize the existence of the narrator, leaving only a kind of description that can be called behaviorism. Even when using the ″internal perspective″, it also limits the emotions of the personages, reflecting the attitude of the contemporary people who are indifferent, wandering, refuse to integrate into the environment, and refuse to communicate with others. In terms of narrative tone, there is a sense of distance between the author and the personages, narrators and narratives, forming a neutral, objective, cold, ironic and non-emotional narrative tone. The ″New New novelists″ frequently use irony, and do not violently attack or ridicule the characters or events, but convey a calm and sense of distance.The narrator uses various methods to insert his own voice into the text implicitly or explicitly, enhancing the self-image of the narrator and the autoreflexive characteristics of the text. The narrative language reflects the two characteristics of simplification and precision. On the one hand, the narrator simplifies the language to the most basic information, retains only the necessary information, and deletes all the vocabulary of description, judgment and characterization; on the other hand, the narrator gives excessive details, causing distortion effects, in order to achieve the purpose of irony. The ″New New novelists″ create a large number of ″impersonal″ spaces in the text, including dead space, labyrinthine space and abstract space. The flat characters move in the impersonal space, the characters are not attached to any space, and the space can not provide a stable meaning for the action of the characters, all of which make the whole narrative show the characteristics of rapid change and movement, and evacuated of identity, personality, memories and emotions. In the narrative rhythm, ″urgency″ and ″ retention ″ form a two-paced rhythm, which results in the tension of narration. The ″New New novel″ creates a sense of distance through unemotional narrative strategies, such as precise descriptions like camera lenses, behavioral descriptions, descriptions of a large number of impersonal spaces, and alternation between emotions and irony. The unemotional tone is the resistance to ″ideology″, ″formalism″, ″ontology″ and ″psychological description″ in traditional novels, which reflects the ″plane″ aesthetics of contemporary literature.