Paris Post War: Art and Existentialism 1945-55
Wednesday 04 August 1993
Jujube became an activist and sold L'Avant-garde. She had found an effective sales technique. She transfixed the intended purchaser without giving him a chance to escape and held out the magazine in a gesture like an answer, without the unfortunate having actually asked any question. Embarrassed, he usually bought. The aim was that he should read it.
From Jujube by Juliette Greco (Eds. Stock 1982)
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