What I have written

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Penguin Books, Sep 1, 1996 - Fiction - 229 pages
A man who no longer talks to his wife. His brief encounter with another woman. The beginnings of a possible affair in letters. Letters which might be turned into a novel, or a confession. These are the facts. But the facts begin to shift. Fiction and reality become indistinguishable in one person's search for truth and another's realisation of desire. What I Have Written is a novel of sexual obsession, a literary puzzle in which what is written is far from what it seems.

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Scott (Blair, 1989) appears to have misplaced his sense of humor in this slight novel, which would more appropriately be titled Men and Women Who Think About Sex Too Much. The unconvincing opening ... Read full review

What I Have Written: A Novel

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This is the story of a man's erotic correspondence with a woman he briefly met while on vacation in Paris with his wife. More a novella, this slender tale of an affair in letters has the tentative ... Read full review

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