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He sees life as a million jagged, broken fragments of a mirror.
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Sinclair von Sinclair rated it really liked it Mar 15, But it’s not just an esoteric literary thought-experiment. I’m glad I did, and expect to spend a very long time working with it and letting it work me over. After I got into the sw I can’t say that I’m dessastre a huge fan of philosophical texts; I figured I was taking a gamble by picking this one up. The language is used, abused and twisted around in this lovely book. First published in French init takes up the most serious tasks of writing: Dec 03, Eugen rated it it was amazing.
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Nov 20, Sofia rated it really liked it Shelves: Blanchot promueve una forma personal de entender las fisuras, las contradicciones, las insuficiencias insalvables del lenguaje. How do you write about the disaster, the “void of the sky,” “a deferred death” when it “ruins everything, all the while leaving everything intact.
Apr 19, Jonfaith rated it liked it Shelves: Seemingly impenetrable and endlessly disturbing, TWoTD sscritura exactly the type of book one needs to pick up after two sleepless nights and too much black tea. For glory is the disaster. The organization—fair for a book about traumatized writing in fragments—is hard to follow at times, but most of the fragments, if arbitrary, are dazzling, even dazzlingly beautiful in their demistifying quality.
Nov 17, Eric rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Writing of the Disaster reflects up Modern history is haunted escrituar 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. A philosophical theory book written in fragments that deals with the holocaust? One of the most densest books I’ve ever read.
Not usually my thing. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. One can spend a long time with each single sentence.
Maybe that’s true, even though this theory seemed concerned mainly with showing us how little control blancyot have, and how fragmented our existence is. This is one of the more depressing things I’ve ever read.
It’s entirely about the inevitable, impending disaster that we all will experience, in some form, during our lives. Madness against madness, then.
What we DO know is he seems to have continued in these dark efforts till the end – and inspired several whole generations of worried post-war existentialists, structuralists and postmodernists to start dismantling the sacred cows of our Western civilization!
Paperbackpages. Dennis rated it really liked it Feb 05, Aug 12, Azarin rated it it was amazing. The philosopher Emmanuel Levinas once remarked that Blanchot’s writing is a “language of pure transcendence, without correlative. I have also read his work in French and I have to say that the English translation never reaches the beauty and the depth of the oroginal prose.