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The Blanchot reader, Maurice Blanchot

Author: Michael Holland
Publisher: Oxford, UK ; Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell, 1995.
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Maurice Blanchot's impact on French thinking and culture has been enormous. This volume provides a coherent perspective on his personal and intellectual career. It includes a chronology of Blanchot's  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Maurice Blanchot; Maurice Blanchot; Maurice Blanchot
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Holland
ISBN: 0631190848 9780631190844 063119083X 9780631190837
OCLC Number: 31608155
Description: viii, 329 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. How is Literature Possible? 1. The Silence of Writers (1941). 2. The Search for Tradition (1941). 3. The Beginnings of a Novel (1938). 4. The Recent Novel (1941). 5. The Pure Novel (1943). 6. Mallarme and the Art of the Novel (1943). 7. How is Literature Possible? (1943). 8. The Novel is a Work of Bad Faith (1947). 9. Sade's Reason (1947) --
pt. II. The Turning-Point. 10. Madness par excellence (1951). 11. Artaud (1956). 12. The Disappearance of Literature (1953). 13. The Pursuit of the Zero Point (1953). 14. The Death of the Last Writer (1955). 15. The Great Hoax (1958). 16. Essential Perversion (1958). 17. On a Change of Epoch (1960) --
pt. III. Our Responsibility. 18. The Right to Insubordination (1960). 19. Disorderly Words (1968). 20. Intellectuals under Scrutiny (1984). 21. The Indestructible. 22. 'Do Not Forget' (1988) --
pt. IV. The Step Beyond. 23. The Name Berlin (1961). 24. The Conquest of Space (1961). 25. Waiting (1959). 26. The Exigency of Return (1969).
Responsibility: edited by Michael Holland.

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