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Anticipatory Plagiarism

Paul Grimstad: Oulipo, 6 December 2012

Many Subtle Channels: In Praise of Potential Literature 
by Daniel LevinBecker.
Harvard, 338 pp., £19.95, May 2012, 978 0 674 06577 2
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... that ‘read’ with you through a branching decision tree.2 The newest member of the Oulipo, Daniel LevinBecker, born in Chicago in 1984, opens his Many Subtle Channels: In Praise of Potential Literature with a description of a beau présent read at the funeral of François Caradec (an Oulipian and biographer of ...

The Love Object

Adam Mars-Jones: Anne Garréta, 30 July 2015

by Anne Garréta, translated by Emma Ramadan.
Deep Vellum, 120 pp., £9.87, April 2015, 978 1 941920 09 1
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... and there’s every reason to think that it lines up awkwardly with either. The introduction is by Daniel LevinBecker, whose 2012 book, Many Subtle Channels, sought to take some of the alienating egghead shine off the long-standing French experimental grouping – Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle, founded in 1960 ...

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