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Jean Echenoz, the wise magician, has done it again, looked deep into the soul of a man and men, making us all think that bit more clearly, more humanely. For the first time, a single volume reveals the tremendous range of Echenoz's body of work, in which no two novels are similar. Collected here for the first time, these novels contain some of the best prose and most versatile writing in contemporary literature. Echenoz is fascinated by the public figure who exhibits a certain kind of genius, in Zatopek's case that of being a superlative athlete.

Review copy courtesy of The New Press. The action seems to far away, comical almost, on the ground, when another plane appears. Though his calling is quite different, Echenoz insists that Emile is likewise an artist, one whose performance follows an ineluctable trajectory. View a machine-translated version of the French article. These short, quirky books turn things just so, making something unique where we might expect to find something conventional.

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When renowned singer Gloire Stella mysteriously disappears from the public eye, a television documentary producer tries to track her down. He gets a place at the Bata works, a major shoe producer and exporter, in what amounts to a work-study program. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. Why does Echenoz end the scene like that. The tone throughout is that all of these people, both those taken advantage of and those taking advantage, have been thrown into this situation of nearly manic survival.

The shadow of politics is unavoidable, beginning with the Nazi occupation and then carrying through to the post-war government and then the tightening chokehold of Stalinism. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French. Peace is always deceptive in this book. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole.