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The Mysterious And Winding Path To Publishing, In English, Writing By Magritte

“Weirdly, a fully translated (albeit rough and typewritten) manuscript of Magritte’s Selected Writings by the now-dead translator Jo Levy had been languishing in an archive in Caen, France for close to 30 years, unbeknownst to just about anyone.”
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