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The Station Hill Blanchot reader : fiction & literary essays

Author: Maurice Blanchot; George Quasha; Lydia Davis; Paul Auster; Robert Lamberton
Publisher: Barrytown, N.Y. : Station Hill/Barrytown, Ltd., ©1999.
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"The Station Hill Blanchot Reader is the only collection in English of Maurice Blanchot's mature fiction - the unique genre he called recits (tellings, narratives) - as well as a selection of literary/philosophical writings drawn from five of his major works. It brings together seven of Blanchot's eight Station Hill books published over the past twenty years: Vicious Circles, Thomas the Obscure, Death Sentence, The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Maurice Blanchot; Maurice Blanchot
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Blanchot; George Quasha; Lydia Davis; Paul Auster; Robert Lamberton
ISBN: 1886449171 9781886449176
OCLC Number: 39269584
Description: xxv, 526 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The idyll --
The last word --
Thomas the obscure --
Death sentence --
The madness of the day --
When the time comes --
The one who was standing apart from me --
From dread to language --
Literature and the right to death --
The essential solitude --
Two versions of the imaginary --
Reading --
The gaze of Orpheus --
The song of the sirens --
The power and the glory --
The narrative voice --
The absence of the book --
After the fact.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: Maurice Blanchot ; translated by Lydia Davis, Paul Auster, & Robert Lamberton ; foreword by Christopher Fynsk ; afterword by George Quasha & Charles Stein ; edited by George Quasha.

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"The Station Hill Blanchot Reader is the only collection in English of Maurice Blanchot's mature fiction - the unique genre he called recits (tellings, narratives) - as well as a selection of literary/philosophical writings drawn from five of his major works. It brings together seven of Blanchot's eight Station Hill books published over the past twenty years: Vicious Circles, Thomas the Obscure, Death Sentence, The Madness of the Day, When The Time Comes, The One Who Was Standing Apart From Me, and ten of the eleven essays from The Gaze of Orpheus and Other Literary Essays."--BOOK JACKET.

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