Julian Barnes: Romans (Quarto Gallimard, 2021; French)

Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. Romans. Edited by Vanessa Guignery. Quarto Gallimard, 2021. Pp. 1242 + [4]. 20.5 x 14 cm.

The Quarto edition includes translations of five Julian Barnes novels, including:

Le Perroquet de Flaubert | Flaubert’s Parrot, translated by Jean Guiloineau
England, England, translated by Jean-Pierre Aoustin
Arthur & George, translated by Jean-Pierre Aoustin
Une Fille, Qui Danse, translated by Jean-Pierre Aoustin
La Seule Histoire, translated by Jean-Pierre Aoustin

Julian Barnes scholar Vanessa Guignery edited the volume, which includes an extremely detailed biographical chronology and essays titled  “Au cœur de la création: une lecture des archives de Julian Barnes” and “Julian Barnes essayiste : un observateur de son temps et d’autrefois.”

The volume also contains numerous photographs and illustrations supplied by Julian Barnes and his bibliographer.

24th METU British Novelists International Conference Poster

Notes on this item: This poster promotes the 24th METU British Novelists International Conference held in Ankara, Turkey on 13-14 December 2018. The keynote speaker was Julian Barnes scholar Vanessa Guignery. The poster measures approximately 22″ x 31″.

Prerekanja | Theatre Programme (Slovene National Theatre, 2007; Slovenian)

Notes on this edition: Prerekanja (Theatre Programme). Ljubljana: Slovene National Theatre, 2007. Pp.72. 20.9 x 19.9 cm.

Theatre programme for Prerekanja performed by the Slovene National Theatre during their 2007/08 season. Performance opened on 23 and 24 November 2007.

Directed by Boris Cavazza from the translation of the novel by Valerija Cokan. The program contains excerpts from Barnes’s novels Talking It Over and A History of the World in 10½ Chapters. It also includes excerpts from a book on Julian Barnes by Vanessa Guignery.

Julian Barnes and the European Tradition | Conference Program (Liverpool, 2008)

Notes on this item: Julian Barnes and the European Tradition. Conference Program, Liverpool Hope University, 14 and 15 June 2008. 2 sheets of A4 paper folded to 4 sheets. 21 x 14.9 cm.

Julian Barnes conference organized by Sebastian Groes and Sean Matthews. Speakers included John Mullan, Vanessa Guignery, Peter Childs, Merritt Moseley, Sean Matthews, and Amanda Hopkinson.