Georges Perec (born George Peretz) (French: [peʁɛk, pɛʁɛk]; 7 March 1936 – 3 March 1982) was a French novelist, filmmaker, documentalist, and essayist. He was a member of the Oulipo group. His father died as a soldier early in the Second World War and his mother was murdered in the Holocaust, and many of his works deal with absence, loss, and identity, often through word play.
G. Perec, Georges Perec, Georgius Perec, and 22 othersJorj Perek, Joruju Perekku, Perec, Žorž Perek, Žoržs Pereks, Ƶorƶ Perek, Ǧūrǧ Bīrīk, Ζωρζ Περέκ, Жорж Перек, אירית עקרבי, ז'ורז' פרק, ז׳ורז׳ פרק, بيريك، جورج،, جورج بيريك, جورج بيريك،, ژرژ پرک, ژۆرژو پێرێک, ジョルジュ ペレック, ジョルジュ・ペレック, 조르주 P'e lek, 조르주 페 렉, 조르주 페
- March 6, 1936
- March 2, 1982