Rejecting the non-Proustians

Note: First Published 1/16/16

There are many who are dedicated non-Proustians who do nothing fail to read, and talk about failing to read, Proust all day. I may bear some superficial resemblances to this group. But plan to become a full nonnon-Proustian when the time and cookies are available.


Author: Thomas Olivieri

Thomas Olivieri, an enthusiast of long walks on the beach, chilly mornings, and strong pipe-tobacco, has written many short stories which have been published in anthologies and periodicals, and is the author of Priceless Treasures and Ghastly: a Slight Collection of Hallowe'en Tales and Miscellanea. He writes tales of love, death, and shipwrecks.

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