Bad news for the procrastinators among the authors of novels!
According to Enrique Vila-Matas’ very enjoyable book Bartleby & Co. (review to follow), Georges Simenon, the most anti-Bartlebyan author of French language, wrote 41 novels!
And what is even worse, procrastinators – this was his output not of a lifetime of writing. It was what he wrote in one single year: 1929.
Enrique Vila-Matas: Bartleby & Co., translated by Jonathan Dunne, New Directions, New York 2004
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