W, or The Memory of Childhood - Publishing History

Publishing History

  • Georges Perec, W ou le souvenir d'enfance (Paris: Denöel, 1975)
  • Georges Perec, W, or the Memory of Childhood trans. by David Bellos (London: Harvill, 1988)

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