Auto-da-Fé: A Novel [Elias Canetti, C. V. Wedgwood] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Auto-da-Fé, Elias Canetti’s only work of fiction, is a. 17 Dec Canetti and Power. John Bayley. Auto da Fé by Elias Canetti, translated by C.V. Wedgwood Cape, pp, £, January , ISBN 0 23 Nov Auto da Fé was originally published as Die Blendung in and was translated in by C.V. Wedgwood (Dame Cicely Veronica.
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