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Zizanie sans le métro - Jacques Bretaudeau
Reader, reader, you who love authors of all kinds, do not hesitate to raise the cover to decorate your daily life. No, really, do not hesitate, especially since all you need is simple ingredients to enjoy the recipe of the day: a provincial prefecture, a traffic jam at the end of the day, a young and irascible driver, a reminder to the law, some mountains in the background, and above all a good dose of literature ...
Zizanies without the subway invites you to take a humorous walk in the world of writing styles and classics, and to travel at your leisure through a few centuries of literature even when the story ends up going round in circles. .
It is eighteen hours at the crossroads of Europe. A traffic jam as usual at this time of day. In the car of ...
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Born in Tours in 1964, Jacques Bretaudeau left the Loire Valley to find himself on the banks of the Scheldt, where he led his career as a professor of letters, before landing in 2002 near the banks of the Durance , in the Hautes-Alpes, to continue his career as a teacher. Admirer, in particular, of the work of Raymond Queneau or Georges Pérec, he has long been interested in the writing practices of the Oulipo, whose principle is to renew the creation of texts based on literary constraints.
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