Bridging French Modernism: On Translating Marcel Schwob
Marcel Schwob's Vies Imaginaries (1896) is a collection of 22 fictio-documentary stories blending the fantastic and the biographical, and which would later influence Borges' A Universal History of Infamy. More
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