ILLUSTRATED THREE-LINE NOVELS: FÉLIX FÉNÉON 
Mark Batty Publisher, September 2010 

Death by absinthe, kerosene, and sneeze: French men and women meet ample varieties of doom in Félix Fénéon's nouvelles en trois lignes, 1,220 brief, grisly news items the author—a Parisian editor, critic, and anarchist—wrote in 1906 for the newspaper Le Matin. In a 128-page book of collages and drawings, I've illustrated a selection of Fénéon miniatures from the translation by Luc Sante (New York Review Books, 2007).

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