A Void

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Harpercollins, 1994 - Fiction - 284 pages
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Insomniac Anton Vowl is missing from his Paris rooms, and his companions look for information in his diary, in a work using no "e"

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George Perec was born in Paris on March 7, 1936 and was educated in Claude-Bernard and Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire. Perec was a parachutist in the French Military before he began publishing his writing in magazines like Partisans. Perec also wrote the book, Life: A Users Manual. Perec is noted for his constrained writing: his 300-page novel La disparition (1969) is a lipogram, written without ever using the letter "e". Georges Perec died on March 3, 1982.

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