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By Ismaël Jude

Je fais tout pour m'améliorer. Pour me séparer de certains de mes vices, j'en adopte de nouveaux, plus élaborés. C'est l. a. seule méthode dont on dispose.

Dancing with myself discover les émois érotiques d'un petit garçon attiré par les choses cachées et les mots inconnus, puis dévoile les rituels inventifs de ses obsessions d'adulte. À l'enfance rurale passée dans le dancing de ses mom and dad succède une vie parisienne solitaire, soumise à l'omniprésence féminine. Du voyeurisme considéré comme un des beaux-arts de l'existence, aux risques et périls du jeune homme indiscret.

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Had designed a set that rejected miserabilisrne, and conceived it in greys, not in black, to indicate a trace of the life that had been lived there, the faces of Nagg and Nell parchment colour, Hamrn and Clov powdered white. * There was a grand party in New York after the inauguration of the Samuel Beckett Theater, and favourite' Sam' stories were told, including the one Barney Rossett* told about Sam waiting for the Rossetts to wake up (which Knowlson also describes) which took place in 1964 when Sam was shooting Film with Buster Keaton (and for which A.

Love Sam * Dupuytren's contracture is a sickening and tightening of the fibrous tissue beneath the skin on the palm of the hand. The contracture causes bending of the fourth, and frequently, the fifth finger. He unsurprlsingly knew many musicians, like the pianists Monique Haas, Andor Foldes and, some years later, Eugene Istomin, to whom we introduced him. And the violinist Alexander (or Sasha) Schneider, of the Schneider String Quartet, was a friend through Suzanne, whom Schneider had met in Paris in the 30S and on whom, people said (it may have been Sasha himself), he had once had a crush (he told us she'd been 'a beautiful blonde'), He had known her as a pianist.

Pour Ie moment je n'ai que ma copie personnelle dont je ne peux me separer. *' Nous arrangerons fa it mon retour. Bien amicalement de nous deux Sam * The French actor Alain Cuny. 51 Paris, Tuesday Dear friend, Thank you for your letter. I'm leaving for Switzerland tomorrow till the end of the week. Call me, if you could, next Monday the 12th around noon. I saw Le square by Marguerite Duras last night at the Nouveau Theatre de Poche, 65 rue Rochechouart. You mustn't miss it. They can't get publicity and it'll be on (thirty penormances) without anyone knowing about it, so to Do go there and tell your friends to do the same.

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