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In Conversation: Pierre Guyotat and Edmund White

 

<p>April 28, 2011 | La Maison Fran&ccedil;aise | New York City</p>
<p>With Pierre Guyotat and Edmund White; moderated by Rakesh Satyal<br />
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Co-sponsored by La Maison Fran&ccedil;aise <br />
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Edmund White describes Pierre Guyotat&rsquo;s novel, <i>Eden Eden Eden</i>, as &ldquo;violent, transgressive and inspired&mdash;the last great avant-garde visionary of the 20th Century.&rdquo; Princeton&rsquo;s eminent professor of creative writing and author of <i>Rimbaud: The Double Life of a Rebel</i>, talks with Rimbaud&rsquo;s modern-day heir, Pierre Guyotat, who received the prestigious Prix M&eacute;dicis for Eden<i>, Eden, Eden.</i> Translation is available.</p>

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