And We'll Kill All the Ugly Ones  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Et on tuera tous les affreux [Eng: Let’s Kill All The Uglies] is a French detective novel by Vernon Sullivan, the pseudonym of Boris Vian, first published in 1948 by Les éditions du Scorpion. The novel, like many others (the most famous of which is I Spit On Your Grave), was supposedly written by a certain American writer called Vernon Sullivan, of which Boris Vian pretended to be the translator. The theme of this novel is a parody of eugenics.




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