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Colette: Shipwrecked on a Traffic Island.


Shipwrecked on a Traffic Island

Zack Rogow & Renee Morel, tr.

State University of New York Press


This charming collection of previously untranslated stories, advice columns, and articles captures the passion and whimsy of Influential French writer and personality Colette. The brevity of each piece (the longest Is eleven pages) only serves to highlight the author's remarkable wit, insight, and economical yet beautiful prose. Each offering disarms and delights.

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Title Annotation:Nota Bene
Publication:World Literature Today
Article Type:Book review
Date:Nov 1, 2014
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