The Novels of Claude Simon

 


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Claude Simon (1913â2005), the only member of the post-war nouveau roman group of French novelists to win the Nobel Prize (1985), is a major writer who not only devised a post-Proustian way to demonstrate how the brain distorts time and memory with all its associations, but also wrote about war from the common soldierâs point of view with brilliant reality and philosophical overtones.

John Calder introduces readings from the novels.

  • 7pm
  • £6 (conc £4)

Where

Calder Bookshop
51 The Cut, London, SE1 8LF
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