Paul Poissel was not born in 1848. As a young man, he did not set out to become the greatest Turkish architect in Paris. He did not fail to become the greatest Turkish architect in Paris. He never became a poet, or invented puzzles for an illustrated magazine. In 1904, he did not write this book, "The Facts of Winter." Paul La Farge has translated (from the original French) this collection of dreams--funny, haunting, enigmatic--all dreamed by people in and around Paris in 1881. La Farge's afterword investigates the "Facts" ...

The Facts of Winter 2011, McSweeney's, San Francisco, CA

ISBN-13: 9781936365449

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ISBN-13: 9781932416169

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