Fever [by] J.M.G. Le Clézio. Translated from the French by Daphne Woodward. by J. M. G. Le ClГ©zio

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New York: Atheneum, Octavo, cloth-backed boards. First edition in English. A translation of LA FIEVRE (), nine stories "of small madness." Le Clézio's second book and first collection of short fiction, preceded by THE INTERROGATION, his well-received first novel.

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Desert is two stories. The first takes place between and and is about the migration of a young adolescent boy, Nour, and his people. W hen J.M.G. Le Clézio won the Nobel Prize in literature inI had no idea who he was — as I’m sure was the case with many of you.

Not that that’s uncommon when the winner is announced in October — often the press release is my first encounter. I was pleased, then, when I saw that Godine Press’s Verba Mundi series had two of his books available, The Prospector and, more.

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Translated by Peter Green 'This is terrifying vision of existence is conveyed with intense poetic power' Guardian François Besson listens to a tape recording of a girl contemplating suicide.

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In later years the author’s attraction to the dream of earthly paradise is apparent in books such as Ourania () and Raga: approche du continent invisible (). The latter is devoted to documenting a way of life on the islands.

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His knowledge of English enabled him to work closely with his translator on his debut novel, The Interrogation, which won the Prix Renaudot in J.M.G. Le Clézio, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, was born in Nice in and is one of France’s best-known contemporary has written more than 40 fiction and nonfiction books, including works for children.

His works are translated into 36 languages around the world.

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