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Anne F. Garréta

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Anne F. Garréta

Anne F. Garréta, elected to the Oulipo in 2000, is Associate Professor of French Literature at the University of Rennes in France and Visiting Professor in the Literature Program at Duke University. She has published several novels in French, including Ciels liquides, La décomposition, and, with Jacques Roubaud, Eros mélancolique. Her first novel, Sphinx, a love story in which the genders of the lovers are never specified, is to be published in English translation by Deep Vellum Press in 2014. She was awarded the Prix Médicis in 2002 for her novel Pas un jour.

Articles by Anne F. Garréta

To sleep, perchance to dream
By Anne F. Garréta
CensorshipWe know that the earliest readers of Remembrance of Things Past objected to the length of its incipit narration of its hero’s noddings-off and nocturnal (and diurnal) reveries. A gentleman…
Translated from French by Daniel Levin Becker
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