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The Blanchot Reader

Michael Holland (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-19084-4
340 pages
October 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
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Maurice Blanchot remains a writer whose work, though often cited, is little-known to the English-speaking reader.
In The Blanchot Reader Michael Holland answers that urgent need and does so in a way that provides a coherent perspective on what by any standard is an extraordinary personal and intellectual career.
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Preface.

Acknowledgements.

Introduction.

Part I: How is Literature Possible?.

Part II: The Turning-Point.

Part III: Our Responsibility.

Part IV: The Step Beyond.

Index.
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Michael Holland is a Fellow of St Hugh's College, Oxford, and a Lecturer in French at Oxford University. He is soon to publish the first comprehensive study of Maurice Blanchot's life as a writer.
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* This book provides the only comprehensive introduction to date.
* The reader covers Blanchot's work on fiction, criticism, politics and philosophy.
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