Articles - Meanjin

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The University of Melbourne, Magazines and E-zines

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The Writer and His Fictions: John William Wilkinson talks to Enrique Vila-Matas

[...] I was called ‘the closest thing to a French person among the Barcelonan writers’. The New Yorker has even labelled me as the most New Yorker of Catalan writers. What is the reason for this [...]

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[...] version of your research that is promoted to the media, you become quite famous. The New Yorker runs a feature on you, and you field calls from around the world inviting you to conferences. [...]

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