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Holderlin And Blanchot On Self-Sacrifice (Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures) (v. 139) epub ebook

by Joseph Suglia

Holderlin And Blanchot On Self-Sacrifice (Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures) (v. 139) epub ebook

Author: Joseph Suglia
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (September 2, 2004)
Pages: 144 pages
ISBN: 0820472735
ISBN13: 978-0820472737
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As Joseph Suglia deftly summarises in his introduction to this comparative study of the sacrificial economies of Blanchot and Hölderlin, the point of departure for his thesis conjures an ironical paradox.

As Joseph Suglia deftly summarises in his introduction to this comparative study of the sacrificial economies of Blanchot and Hölderlin, the point of departure for his thesis conjures an ironical paradox. For what Hölderlin's modern reception, in Suglia's reading, has conspicuously neglected to address is the performative failure of sacrifice in Hölderlin's Empedokles texts, insofar as sacrifice itself, being an unstageable event, must submit to its own sacrificial logic.

Joseph Suglia For Blanchot, it is argued, self-sacrifice is a sacrifice that is a. .

A scene of self-sacrifice can never be staged or secured. This book also focuses on a densely detailed consideration of the work of the great French critic and literary artist, Maurice Blanchot, whose own treatment of self-sacrifice exists in closer proximity to Hölderlin’s than the former appears to recognize. The work of Friedrich H�lderlin, arguably one of the most profound writers of the German Enlightenment, supports this idea in fascinating ways. Much of H�lderlin's critical reception, however, has the poet saying the exact opposite. This book also focuses on a densely detailed consideration of the work of the great French critic and literary artist, Maurice Blanchot, whose own treatment of self-sacrifice exists in closer proximity to H�lderlin's than the former appears to recognize.

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A scene of self-sacrifice can never be staged or secured. The work of Friedrich Hölderlin, arguably one of the most profound writers of the German Enlightenment, supports this idea in fascinating ways. Much of Hölderlin’s critical reception, however, has the poet saying the exact opposite. Joseph Suglia counters the dominant critical reception of Hölderlin’s Empedokles fragments, which would transform the tragic hero’s experience of mortality into a project that would be accomplished in the name of the transcendent reconciliation of disparate spheres. This book also focuses on a densely detailed consideration of the work of the great French critic and literary artist, Maurice Blanchot, whose own treatment of self-sacrifice exists in closer proximity to Hölderlin’s than the former appears to recognize. For Blanchot, it is argued, self-sacrifice is «a sacrifice that is an engagement with, in, and for language, a sacrifice that is both madness and mystery».
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