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Emmanuel Bove (1898 - 1945)

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  • Emmanuel Bove was born in Paris and decide to become a novelist at the age of 12. He wrote pot-boilers to make a living. Bove was 24 when he completed My Friends. He announced that he'd invented a genre, the novel of 'impoverished solitude'.
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