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All gall is divided : gnomes and apothegms

Author: E M Cioran
Publisher: New York : Arcade Pub., ©1999.
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"All Gall Is Divided, which reads like the writings of Zarathustra's brother, reveals the conflicts, paradoxes, and rejoicings of existence as understood by a man frequently compared to Samuel Beckett. E.M. Cioran's book of aphorisms focuses on themes such as philosophy, language, death, mystery, melancholy, religion, and love. Laying bare his suspicion that madness ribbons the fringes of a supposedly ordered world,  Read more...
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Cioran, E.M. (Emile M.), 1911-1995.
All gall is divided.
New York : Arcade Pub., ©1999
(OCoLC)607256255
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E M Cioran
ISBN: 1559704713 9781559704717
OCLC Number: 40255846
Description: 151 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Atrophy of Utterance --
The Swindler of the Abyss --
Time and Anemia --
Occident --
The Circus of Solitude --
Religion --
Love's Vitality --
On Music --
Vertigo of History --
Where the Void Begins.
Other Titles: Syllogismes de l'amertume.
Responsibility: by E.M. Cioran ; translated from the French by Richard Howard.

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"All Gall Is Divided, which reads like the writings of Zarathustra's brother, reveals the conflicts, paradoxes, and rejoicings of existence as understood by a man frequently compared to Samuel Beckett. E.M. Cioran's book of aphorisms focuses on themes such as philosophy, language, death, mystery, melancholy, religion, and love. Laying bare his suspicion that madness ribbons the fringes of a supposedly ordered world, Cioran, as in previous writings, lures us into his realm of painful lucidity and dreamlike precision."--Jacket.

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