A Void

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Harvill Press, 1995 - Fiction - 284 pages
This linguistic conjuring trick -a full-length novel in which the letter 'e' is not used -is a dazzling mixture of parody and wordplay, further proof of Perec's status as the most singular writer France has produced in the last fifty years. It is also a masterpiece of Gothic fiction.

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I did not like this book at all. I thought it was pretty insane but I like the fact that the author went to so much trouble not to use the letter 'e'. That's the only reason I gave the book 3 stars ... Read full review

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An incredible achievement, impossibly translated Read full review

Contents

drunk man waking up with his brain in a whirl
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Concluding with an immoral papacys abolition and
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Which following a compilation of a polymaths random
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