Monday, October 02, 2006

Dennis Cooper on Maurice Blanchot:


"His novels are not really novels, his stories barely stories. His prose is very French in that it can be almost mathematical, yet it simultaneously evokes the most intense feelings of loss, misunderstanding, joy, and death."

3 Comments:

Blogger Cheshire Cat said...

The link's not working. Just the kind of invisibility that Blanchot bargained for?

1:12 AM  
Blogger Laird Hunt said...

Indeed!

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Realist said...

If you want to read a really far-fetched work of fiction try "The 9/11 Commission Report".

9:42 PM  

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