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Station Hill Blanchot Reader

Station Hill Blanchot Reader

1995 ·
·4.33·107 Ratings ·554 Pages
“ I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think. ” ― Rumi
Authors' Books
  • Thomas the Obscure

    1995·
    ·4.07·499 Ratings
    Before Sartre, before Beckett, before Robbe-Grillet, Maurice Blanchot created the new novel, the ultimate post-modern fiction. Written between 1932 and 1940, Blanchot's first novel, here brilliantly translated by Robert Lamberton, contains all the remarka
  • Death Sentence

    1998·
    ·3.8·601 Ratings
    This long awaited reprint of a book about which John Hollander wrote: 'A masterful version of one of the most remarkable novels in any language since World War II,' is the story of the narrator's relations with two women, one terminally ill, the other fou
  • The Madness of the Day

    1995·
    ·4.14·249 Ratings
    Jacques Derrida writes (in Deconstruction and Criticism) of The Madness of the Day that it is "a story whose title runs wild and drives the reader mad.la folie du jour, the madness of today, of the day today, which leads to the madness that comes from the
  • Awaiting Oblivion (French Modernist Library Series)

    1999·
    ·3.99·120 Ratings
    Maurice Blanchot has been for a half century one of France's leading authors of fiction and theory. Two of his most ambitious nonfiction works, The Space of Literature and The Writing of the Disaster, are also available from the University of Nebraska Pre
  • Foucault | Blanchot: Maurice Blanchot: The Thought from Outside & Michel Foucault as I Imagine Him

    1987·
    ·4.08·90 Ratings
    In these two essays, two of the most important French thinkers of our time reflect on each other’s work. In so doing, novelist/essayist Maurice Blanchot and philosopher Michel Foucault develop a new perspective on the relationship between subjectivity,
  • Infinite Conversation

    1992·
    ·4.45·174 Ratings
    In this landmark volume, Blanchot sustains a dialogue with a number of thinkers whose contributions have marked turning points in the history of Western thought and have influenced virtually all the themes that inflect the contemporary literary and philos
  • The Space of Literature

    1989·
    ·4.33·483 Ratings
    Maurice Blanchot, the eminent literary and cultural critic, has had a vast influence on contemporary French writers—among them Jean Paul Sartre and Jacques Derrida. From the 1930s through the present day, his writings have been shaping the international
  • The Writing of the Disaster

    1995·
    ·4.28·501 Ratings
    Modern history is haunted by the disasters of the century—world wars, concentration camps, Hiroshima, and the Holocaust—grief, anger, terror, and loss beyond words, but still close, still impending. How can we write or think about disaster when by its
  • Lautreamont and Sade

    1990··Spanish
    ·3.99·59 Ratings
    Tomando como punto de partida algunos aspectos generales de la obra del marques de Sade y de Lautreamont, Maurice Blanchot hace una critica del discurso de la critica literaria. Para Blanchot el objetivo de la critica debe ser la busqueda del sentido de l
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