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This book is vel meditation, not a philosophical argument. Blanchot appears intrigued by certain stances of Nietzsche and Celan. I found this collection an errant scattering of rather profound poetry. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Dec 03, Eugen rated it it was amazing. Jan 02, stew rated it it was ok.
And many of them became food for the Minotaur – alas. Maurice Blanchot has been praised on both sides of the Atlantic for his fiction and criticism. It often appears in key moments of our lives, immovable and unconquerable. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
It does not touch anyone It was wonderful to read a few lines and then ponder the resonance while gazing upon the blue sky.
Blanchot, Maurice – La Escritura del Desastre.pdf
Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Bridget Rawding rated it it was amazing May 13, All while dealing with important questions actualized by the Holocaust, but always already there desasgre violence and where the words end.
From this comes the power of writing and reading. The philosopher Emmanuel Levinas once remarked that Blanchot’s writing is a “language of pure transcendence, without correlative.
Mar 19, Tyler bkanchot it liked it Shelves: In a sense, the strangest writing “how-to” book ever written. Mar 10, James rated it really liked it.
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But at the same time, it is far from soothing, it is angry and aggressively searching for the words that can’t really get a grip of the human complex – that of why and that we will die, go back into endless passivity.
This is one of the more depressing things I’ve ever read. Nov 11, Nicholas is dwsastre reading it. But Blanchot bravely – or is it foolhardily? This is a must-read! I read it at a pace of maybe one page every ten minutes.
The Writing of the Disaster by Maurice Blanchot
escrihura On some of my book reviews of his before, I remember saying something like “everyone knows some horrible secret, but won’t tell anyone” but I do “There is no explosion but a book”, Mallarme said. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This book is about writing the disaster but also about the agony of writing. Open Preview See a Problem?
Jan 17, Mj Harding rated it really liked it. Read the work of Jeff Jackson to see this played out narrativistically.