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Jordan Stump

Jordan Stump

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“ Your big opportunity may be right where you are now. ” ― Napoleon Hill
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  • Television

    2004·
    ·3.63·404 Ratings
    The amusingly odd protagonist and narrator of Jean-Philippe Toussaint's novel is an academic on sabbatical in Berlin to work on his book about Titian. With his research completed, all he has left to do is sit down and write. Unfortunately, he can't decide
  • Minor Angels

    2004·
    ·3.98·97 Ratings
    From Antoine Volodine comes a deeply disturbing and darkly hilarious novel whose full meaning, its author asserts, will be found not in the book’s pages but in the dreams people will have after reading it. In Minor Angels Volodine depicts a postcataclys
  • Hôtel Splendid (European Women Writers)

    1994·
    ·3.99·122 Ratings
    These three short novels are the first works to appear in English by a remarkable contemporary French author, Marie Redonnet. Born in Paris in 1947, Redonnet taught for a number of years in a suburban lycée before deciding to pursue a writing career full
  • The Waitress Was New

    2008·
    ·3.57·291 Ratings
    Pierre is a veteran bartender in a café in the outskirts of Paris. He observes his customers as they come and go – the young man who drinks beer as he reads Primo Levi, the fellow who from time to time strips down and plunges into the nearby Seine, the
  • The Human Comedy: Selected Stories

    2014·
    ·4.02·209 Ratings
    An NYRB Classics OriginalWe think of Honoré de Balzac as the author of long and fully upholstered novels, stitched together into the magnificent visionary document called The Human Comedy. Yet along with the full-length fiction within The Human Comedy st
  • All My Friends

    2013·
    ·3.78·59 Ratings
    A moody and beautiful reflection on relationships, and how our idea of the world too often fails to match reality, All My Friends delivers five stories that probe the boundaries between individuals to mediate on how well we really know anybody, including
  • Ladivine

    2016·
    ·3.27·345 Ratings
    From the hugely acclaimed author of Three Strong Women—“a masterpiece of narrative ingenuity and emotional extremes” (The New York Times)—here is a harrowing and subtly crafted novel of a woman captive to a secret shame.On the first Tuesday of ev
  • Self-Portrait in Green

    2014·
    ·3.86·124 Ratings
    It seems there is no genre of writing Marie NDiaye will not make her own. Asked to write a memoir, she turned in this paranoid fantasia of rising floodwaters, walking corpses, eerie depictions of her very own parents, and the incessant reappearance of wom
  • The Author and Me

    2014·
    ·3.81·35 Ratings
    Eric Chevillard here seeks to clear up a persistent and pernicious literary misunderstanding: the belief that a novel's narrator must necessarily be a mouthpiece for his or her writer's own opinions. Thus, we are introduced to a narrator haunted by a deep
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