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Author: Maurice Blanchot; Elizabeth Rottenberg
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1997.
Series: Meridian (Stanford, Calif.)
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For the past half century, Maurice Blanchot has been an extraordinarily influential figure on the French literary and cultural scene. He is arguably the key figure after Sartre in exploring the relation between literature and philosophy. This collection of 29 critical essays and reviews on art, politics, literature, and philosophy documents the wide range of Blanchot's interests, from the enigmatic paintings in the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Blanchot; Elizabeth Rottenberg
ISBN: 0804727589 9780804727587 0804727597 9780804727594
OCLC Number: 35280714
Description: viii, 309 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. The Birth of Art --
2. The Museum, Art, and Time --
3. Museum Sickness --
4. The Time of Encyclopedias --
5. Translating --
6. The Great Reducers --
7. Man at Point Zero --
8. Slow Obsequies --
9. On One Approach to Communism --
10. Marx's Three Voices --
11. The Apocalypse Is Disappointing --
12. War and Literature --
13. Refusal --
14. Destroy --
15. Idle Speech --
16. Battle with the Angel --
17. Dreaming, Writing --
18. The Ease of Dying --
19. The Laughter of the Gods --
20. A Note on Transgression --
21. The Detour Toward Simplicity --
21. The Fall: The Flight --
23. The Terror of Identification --
24. Traces --
25. Gog and Magog --
26. Kafka and Brod --
27. The Last Word --
28. The Very Last Word
Series Title: Meridian (Stanford, Calif.)
Other Titles: Amitié.
Responsibility: Maurice Blanchot ; translated by Elizabeth Rottenberg, 1997.
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