I'm just finishing Felix Feneon's Novels in Three Lines.
Feneon is a fascinating person. These are are a series of short news blurbs, pretty much the only thing that survives him, written for a newspaper in 1906 France. Wonderful introduction by Luc Sante.
Example of one:
On the bowling lawn a stroke leveled M. Andre, 75, of Levallois. While his ball was still rolling he was no more.
Was Albert Camus a better goalkeeper than George Orwell? Have your say here.
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