Oulipo

Oulipo was a group of French writers and mathematicians in the 1960's who worked from restraints, creating constrained writing. Famous examples include George Perec's novel La Disparition where he didn't use the letter e.

Here's a few techniques they used:

Examples

  • Ross Sutherland's Imaginary Advice features many examples of Oulipo constraints

David Ralph Lewis- Notes

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