Georges Perec

Georges Perec (7 March 1936 – 3 March 1982) was a French novelist, filmmaker, documentalist and essayist. He was a member of the Oulipo group.

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Things: A Story Of The Sixties
... Les Choses) is a novel by Georges Perec ... At the end of the book, they depart to live in Sfax, Tunisia, as did in fact Georges Perec and his wife in 1960–1961 ... Perec's use of the conditional tense plunges the reader into the dreams of the characters in the novel (consider, for example, the first line "L'œil, d'ab ...
Georges Perec - Bibliography - Works On Perec
... Biography Georges Perec A Life in Words by David Bellos (1993) Criticism The Poetics of Experiment A Study of the Work of Georges Perec by Warren Motte (1984) Perec ou les textes croisés by J ... Pour un Perec lettré, chiffré by J.-M ... Georges Perec by Claude Burgelin (1988) ...
David Bellos - Publications - Translations
... Georges Perec Life A User's Manual, 1987 (French-American Foundation's translation prize) new edition, 2008 Georges Perec W, or the Memory of Childhood, 1988 Georges ...
Georges Perec: A Life In Words
... Georges Perec A Life in Words is an authoritative biography of Georges Perec by David Bellos, Professor of French and Comparative Literature and Director of the Program in Translation and Intercultural ... His prize-winning biography contains a full list of Perec's works ...

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