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Olivier Salon

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Olivier Salon

Olivier Salon, a writer, mathematician, and actor, has been a member of the Oulipo since 2000. He is a regular participant in Oulipo readings and writing workshops, and has collaborated on several editions of the Bibliothèque Oulipienne, including (with Jacques Roubaud) Sardinosaures & Cie and (with Jacques Jouet) the play Pas de deux, which he later directed. He is also the author of the book Les gens de légende, which revisits various popular myths, and one of three actors in Pièces détachées, a theatrical montage of Oulipian texts.

Articles by Olivier Salon

The Stations of the Cry
By Olivier Salon
Hear Haydn’s cry at the court of the Prince, and his symphony.
Translated from French by Chris Clarke
Multilingual
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