The Death of Sophistication: A Review of Edouard Levé's Autoportrait --- Jason DeYoung | Numéro Cinq
The come-and-go as you please nature of the text, which allows for any entry point, equalizes the information. There is a sense that it’s all happening at once, and that knowing when Levé hears the English word “god” he thinks of the French word for dildo (godemiché) is as important as his druthers to “paint