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The thief"s journal
Translation of "Journal du voleur", Paris: Librairie Gallimard, 1949. First English translation published, London: Anthony Blond, 1965.
|Statement||translated [from the French] by Bernard Frechtman.|
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There was no precise time I became a thief, just a metempsychosis of Uranus that saw me graduate from the Reformatory to the Foreign Legion and thence to the piss and shit of the sewers. First published in France inThe Thief’s Journal is Jean Genet’s iconic work of autobiographical fiction.
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Fourteen years later, Genet writes The Thief’s Journal, his most exquisite piece of autobiographical fiction. He is the transparent observer reclaiming the suffering and exhilaration of his own follies, trials, and evolution. There are no masks; there are veils. The Thief’s Journal is an account—part memoir, part novel—of Jean Genet’s youth as a criminal and vagabond traveling across Europe in the s and s.
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Jean Genet was born in Paris in An illegitimate child who never knew his parents, he was /5(23). The Thief's Journal Jean Genet, / (English translation), pp. "I resolutely rejected a world which had rejected me," French poet, author, playwright, and activist Jean Genet wrote in The Thief's Journal.
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