In the final year of his life (1939) Ernest Vincent Wright decided to write a complete novel, and just to make it interesting, he decided to do it without using the letter E. This amazing masterpiece is the result of his obsession.Über den Autor:
Ernest Vincent Wright (1873?-1939) was an American author. His most famous work is Gadsby, "A Story of Over 50,000 Words", which, except for the introduction and a note at the end, did not use the letter e. Every word was properly spelled and all narration was grammatically correct. Wright's passing away at 66 was within days or months of publication of Gadsby.
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