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I'm Not Dying With You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal
Robin Williams' Chilling Quotes About Death
Where Are You Dying Tonight? is a 1981 novel by the French writer Michel Déon. Its French title is Un déjeuner de soleil, which literally means "a sun's breakfast" and is an expression for something short-lived. It tells the story of Stanislas Beren, a fictional 20th-century novelist, with excerpts from his novels and the events from his life that inspired them. An English translation by Julian Evans was published in 1983.