A review of Quentin S. Crisp's The Paris Notebooks

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Quentin S. Crisp's The Paris Notebooks was published by Snuggly Books in September 2017.

Information about Quentin S. Crisp:

Quentin S. Crisp was born in 1972, in North Devon, U.K. He studied Japanese at Durham University and graduated in 2000. He has had fiction published by Tartarus Press, PS Publishing, Eibonvale Press and others. He currently resides in Bexleyheath, and is editor for Chômu Press.

Information about The Paris Notebooks:

In 2007, Quentin S. Crisp visited Paris and kept a diary of his stay there and his return to Britain. An experiment in literary improvisation, the Notebooks are also a tribute to mood, moment, image and allusion. Making a virtue of pareidolia, the author sifts through the subjective impressions of cumulative duration in an attempt to distil beauty and truth from the everyday, and to reclaim first-person experience from the ravages of 21st century media saturation.

A REVIEW OF QUENTIN S. CRISP'S THE PARIS NOTEBOOKS

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