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Admin28.08.2021

Hitting the Streets by Raymond Queneau

The other entrance called Avenue de Paris no.
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Admin03.08.2021

Raymond Queneau (Author of Exercises in Style)

Foundations of the Abundant Style.
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Admin20.07.2021

Raymond Queneau

" Conneries" is rather stronger than "stupidity", but we don't have a word for it.
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Admin05.09.2021

Hitting the Streets by Raymond Queneau

Gilbert is a decent enough fellow, but some of Zazie's actions are a bit dubious.
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Admin31.07.2021

Zazie in the Metro

The Last Days is a decent little book, with a few worthwhile parts to it.
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Admin11.09.2021

Bobigny

Talking about his first novel, Le Chiendent usually translated as The Bark Tree , he pointed out that it had 91 sections, because 91 was the sum of the first 13 numbers, and also the product of two numbers he was particularly fond of: 7 and 13.
Admin16.07.2021

EJERCICIOS DE ESTILO RAYMOND QUENEAU PDF

, a 20th-century French author and member of the group, makes a singularly appropriate name as his most famous works are and , which is set on a bus.
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Admin11.08.2021

Bobigny

Queneau was one of those writers who knew pretty much everything there was to know about literature, but he also loved word games, and the language of the streets.
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Admin11.08.2021

Zazie in the Metro

- useful Queneau site, French and English• Permutations by Groups of 9, 10, 11, and 12 letters• Most of this is fairly interesting though hardly riveting , and a few of the episodes are quite humorous -- and others poignant.
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Admin10.08.2021

Exercises in Style

Certainly he pulls the book together nicely in the end, as the paths of the characters have become clearly delineated, their fates now fairly obvious.
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