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Hugh J. Existentialism and Romantic Love. Reading Descartes Otherwise. Kyoo Lee. Ulrich R. Logos and the Elements. Teresa Pekala. Cassirer and Langer on Myth. This item is a special order that could take a long time to obtain. Description Details Customer Reviews Aaron Hillyer considers the fate and implications of Maurice Blanchot's enigmatic formulation of literature's future: Literature is heading to its essence, which is its disappearance. The Disappearance of Literature's primary theoretical objective is to highlight a previously neglected difference between Blanchot's and Agamben's philosophies.
These philosophical and literary arguments proceed by examining a series of related concepts: study, sexuality, language, mysticism, and friendship. Despite the fact that Blanchot and Agamben often serve today as primary points of reference for literary theory, no significant critical work has yet examined their works in a sustained dialogue. Hillyer initiates this new trajectory of research through readings of Blanchot's The Unavowable Community and Agamben's The Open, which are followed by encounters with books by contemporary writers Vila-Matas, Aira, and Carson.
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The juxtaposition of these two different forms of writing philosophy as literature and literature as philosophy shows that the new kind of writing analyzed here holds both literature and philosophy at a certain distance from each other as well as from themselves. The primary means of this distantiation is the gesture of deactivation performed by the act of study. The narrators and authors examined here often study both literature and philosophy in order to remove them from their perilous metaphysical foundations.
In this way, Hillyer argues, the study-novel emerges as a basic paradigm of the disappearance of literature, a new category of literary creation marked by Agamben's dispute with Blanchot. Turning to the "writers of the no" gives his study that sense of freshness and demonstrates the relevance-perhaps the necessity-of Blanchot and Agamben's thought in the work of some of the most interesting, thought-provoking, and challenging writing in contemporary literature.
Through a sequence of meditations on the vicissitudes of negativity, with Giorgio Agamben and Maurice Blanchot as his guides, Hillyer explores the divagations of writing in the non-works of Melville, Kafka, Cesar Aira, Anne Carson, Enrique Vila-Matas, and others. In this probing new book, Aaron Hillyer expertly traces the faultlines of interpretation and misunderstanding between Blanchot and Agamben regarding literature's vocation, calling on a host of philosophical and fictional writings, from Bataille to Benjamin, Derrida to Duras, Cesar Aira to Anne Carson and Enrique Vila-Matas, in order to study, solicit, and survey the possibilities and impossibilities announced by literature's disappearance.
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Link Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Industry Reviews The Disappearance of Literature is not only a thrilling addition to the growing body of work tracing the emergence of a literature of disappearance, but it also signals the birth of an important new critical voice. Introduction: Writing of the No.
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