A Void Void definition of void by The Free Dictionary noun gap, space, lack, want, hole, blank, emptiness His death has created a void which will never be filled emptiness, space, vacuum, oblivion, blankness, nullity, vacuity the limitless void of outer space Void Definition of Void by Merriam Webster Void definition is of no legal force or effect null How to use void in a sentence Synonym Discussion of void. A Void Perec, Georges, Adair, Gilbert As a novel, A Void is not at the height of Calvino and Garcia Marquez, who provide love, compassion and hope to their magical games But this is a better novel than Pale Fire and comparable to Borges and Pavic, a Faberge Egg novel in which something nasty ticks. A Void Verba Mundi Georges A Void is a literary feat it is, in short, a novel written without a single E in its pages While Life a Users Manual is considered his magnum opus, A Void stands as a triumph in taking a constraint, the lipogram, and making it work in long form fiction. A Void by Georges Perec A Void French author Georges Perec s page novel where a bunch of buddies search for their missing chum Anton Vowl, an adventure yarn parodying genres like crime noir and Gothic horror, all with a variety of spins on style and wordplay verbal monkeyshines, linguistic antics, quizzical phonetic pranks, rhetorical roguery.
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