Dan Gunn

Professor Dan Gunn joined the American University of Paris in 1989 after completing his doctoral work at the University of Sussex and four years of teaching in Paris. He is the founder and director of the AUP’s Center for Writers & Translators, and is Editor of the Cahiers Series. He writes, publishes and reviews fiction. He is also the Paris director of the correspondence of Samuel Beckett, an international project based in Emory University.

Professor Dan Gunn joined the American University of Paris in 1989 after completing his doctoral work at the University of Sussex and four years of teaching in Paris. He is the founder and director of the AUP’s Center for Writers & Translators, and is Editor of the Cahiers Series. He writes, publishes and reviews fiction. He is also the Paris director of the correspondence of Samuel Beckett, an international project based in Emory University.

Books

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    Geneva. As a ferocious thunderstorm rages outside, behind the locked doors of the library the aristocratic Klopstocks are ‘not to be disturbed’. In the attic, Baron Klopstock’s lunatic brother rants and raves. But in the staff quarters, all is...