As people who are trying to find new and compelling ways to boil down big stories (peoples’ lives) to smaller pieces, we can appreciate succinctness in others.

Felix Feneon was a French anarchist who lived in the late 1800s/early 1900s and did many things, among them writing thousands of three line novels. There were novels about adultery, petty theft, labor disputes…each boiled down to three lines.

Artist Joanna Neborsky has chosen a few of her favorites and illustrated them with a combination of painting, drawing and collage which perfectly suits the whimsy, tragedy and bizarre elements of the stories.

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