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Thursday, February 14, 2008
Deleuze - Essays Critical and Clinical
Essays Critical and Clinical
by Gilles Deleuze (Author)
Daniel W. Smith & Michael A. Greco (Translator)
# Paperback: 221 pages
# Publisher: University of Minnesota Press (November 1997)
Deleuze's last published work exemplifies his longstanding interest in how philosophy relates to literature. For Deleuze, novels and short stories express their authors' diagnosis of life. This Deleuze takes in a quite literal way: he maintains that writers such as Proust are concerned with particular symptoms of mental illness. Besides Proust, Deleuze discusses Samuel Beckett, Alfred Jarry, and Charles Dickens, among others. This valuable study is an ideal introduction to Deleuze's distinctive concerns.?David Gordon, Bowling Green State Univ., Ohio
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