“I recognized a common lunacy: the fairy tale of absolute and complete freedom. People don’t know what to do with the freedom they have…”To celebrate the 65th anniversary of Raymond Queneau’s “Exercises in Style,” read a new exercise, in the spirit of Queneau, by Lynne Tillman.

“I recognized a common lunacy: the fairy tale of absolute and complete freedom. People don’t know what to do with the freedom they have…”

To celebrate the 65th anniversary of Raymond Queneau’s “Exercises in Style,” read a new exercise, in the spirit of Queneau, by Lynne Tillman.

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