In 1906, art connoisseur FÃ©lix FÃ©nÃ©on wrote more than 1000 mini-stories for a French newspaper, all while being accused of suspected terror acts. Joanna Neborsky has decided to publish 28 of these stories and accompany them with art, drawings, and collage in her new publication “Illustrated Three-Line Novels: FÃ©lix FÃ©nÃ©on”. The book combines modern art interpretations of the early 1900s with a short story to accompany, this will hit retailers with a price of $25.
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