Genet Jean - definition of Genet Jean by The Free Dictionary
Ge·net (zhə-nā′), Jean 1910-1986.
French writer who is best known for his absurdist plays, including The Balcony (1956).
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In the elegant 'Cuvier's Bone' Ian Magedera explores Derrida's Glas and the post-Saint Genet Jean
Genet, and James Dolamore shows the contrary Ionesco standing firm against the Sartrean tide and much else besides.