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Jocelyn Dupré

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Jocelyn Dupré

Jocelyn Dupré was born in 1959. He teaches French at a college in the Paris area. The small apartment where he resides is cluttered with various cardboard boxes and stacks of books which, usurping among other things a sofa and a stuffed chair, are more or less balanced against each other, but for how long? He is preparing a thesis on the French poet Jacques Réda and has written articles about him.

Articles by Jocelyn Dupré

The Black Marne
By Jocelyn Dupré
When she hugged me from behind and put her cold hands on my chest, my own hand holding the razor twitched. I'd thought she was at her parents', but in her haste to see me she had bolted out to…
Translated from French by Paul Curtis Daw
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