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"53 Days": A Novel

Georges Perec - Fiction - 2000 - 258 pages
The narrator of this posthumous novel investigates the disappearance of a famous French crime writer. The only clues he has are codes in a manuscript. A half-finished novel ...
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No Starling: Poems

Nance Van Winckel - Poetry - 2007 - 67 pages
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Maurice Roche - Fiction - 1988 - 153 pages
Compact is the story of a blind man living in a city of his own imagining. Confined to his deathbed, he engages in mental walks through the world's capitals. These sightless ...
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The Word Book

Mieko Kanai - Fiction - 2009 - 148 pages
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Jacques Jouet - Fiction - 2009 - 85 pages
Based on the life of Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin, Jacques Jouet's Savage compels the reader to ask whether it is the primitive or the civilized man who is savage ...
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The Queen of the Prisons of Greece

Osman Lins - Fiction - 1995 - 186 pages
This is the final novel of one of the most innovative, comic Brazilian writers of this century. It takes the form of an anonymous high school science teacher's journal about an ...
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Love, like pronouns

Rosmarie Waldrop - Poetry - 2003 - 119 pages
In this collection, Waldrop has dedicated many poems to other writers whom she esteems, and in each poem, echoes subtly that writer's forms, tones, and textures. From this ...
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Oulipo compendium

Harry Mathews, Raymond Queneau - Poetry - 2005 - 333 pages
Poetry. Make Now Press of Los Angeles and Atlas Press of London have released a revised and updated edition of The OULIPO COMPENDIUM in a limited edition print run of 1,000 ...
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Avital Ronell - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 366 pages
"Avital Ronell's work studies the fading empire of cognition, modulating stupidity into idiocy, puerility, and the figure of the ridiculous philosopher instituted by Kant ...
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