Confessions of Zeno

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Putnam, 1930 - 412 pages
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User Review  - JamesMScott - LibraryThing

Svevo (an alias) was long unremarkable before James Joyce tutored him in English while in Trieste. Joyce promoted this work and got it translated into French. The book would have obviously, I can now ... Read full review

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User Review  - JVioland - LibraryThing

"I want you to record your thoughts, Zeno. It'll be part of your therapy." "Really, Doctor? Well, if you say so." That's what the book is about. We discover who Zeno is by reading his entries. An interesting technique, but not very memorable. Read full review

Contents

THE LAST CIGARETTE M
11
THE DEATH OF MY FATHER
34
THE STORY OF MY MARRIAGE
62

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