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Perché non ho scritto nessuno dei miei libri

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Paperback, 109 pages
Published 1991 by Theoria
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Jul 31, 2009 rated it really liked it
An intelligent, humorous book explaining why the author hasn't lived up to his own hype; why hasn't he written the next great French novel? A slightly depressing inspiration to all of us wanna-be novelists.
Mercifully, translated into English, but still a circuitous challenge.
Jul 25, 2011 added it
A la première lecture il y a des années, tout ça m'était passé au-dessus. A trente ans, ça frappe juste et fait un peu mal comme tous les miroirs.
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"Emeritus professor of Roman history at the Paris Diderot University, Marcel Bénabou's work focuses on ancient Rome, in particular North Africa during Antiquity and acculturation and romanisation processes at work in these provinces.

A member of the "Ouvroir de littérature potentielle" (or OuLiPo) since 1969, which he joined one year after his friend Georges Perec, the following year he became the