About JC Chaix

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“Indeed, “justified sinning” has much to do with justified typesetting”—JC Chaix

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JC Chaix is an American editor and literary analyst.

Mr. Chaix is the first to reveal the word/number riddles in James Hogg’s “The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner”—that have been overlooked by literary critics and scholars for nearly 200 years.

His research typically concerns subjects of 19th- and early 20th-century America and Europe, which are often misrepresented and widely under-appreciated.

BBC Radio has produced a documentary about his earlier writings (under a pen name).

He holds a Bachelor of Arts in music, and a Master of Arts in English with a specialization in Gothic literature.

Chaix is a staunch opponent of censorship, and passionate advocate for the advancement of literacy.

You can reach him here: moc.s1568893516noiss1568893516efnoC1568893516ggoH@1568893516cj1568893516


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