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Beckett, Derrida, and the event of literature

Asja Szfraniec

Beckett, Derrida, and the event of literature

by Asja Szfraniec

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beckett, Samuel, -- 1906-1989 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Derrida, Jacques,
  • Literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc,
  • Authorship -- Psychological aspects,
  • Literature -- Philosophy,
  • Deconstruction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAsja Szfraniec.
    SeriesCultural memory in the present
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6003.E282 Z8375 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17849596M
    ISBN 109780804754569, 9780804754576
    LC Control Number2007004809

    Derrida and the essence of poetry Yue Zhuo; 8. From Mallarmé to the event: Badiou after Derrida Laurent Milesi; Part III. Futures: 9. Ecce Animot: animal turns Jane Goldman; Deconstruction, collectivity, and world literature Jen Hui Bon Hoa; Literature calls justice: deconstruction's 'coming-to-terms' with literature Elisabeth Weber; Beckett, Derrida, and the Event of Literature, Asja Szafraniec, , Business & Economics, pages. The late Jacques Derrida’s notion of literature is explored in this new study. Starting with Derrida’s self-professed inability to comment on the work of Samuel Beckett, whom.

      This long-awaited book offers thought-provoking answers to this question, examined here through close readings of Derrida's countersignatures to writers such as Baudelaire, Kafka, Celan, Joyce, Blanchot, Beckett, and Cixous. Neither a theory nor a critical method, Derrida's approach gives us something else to ponder: the conditions of the Manufacturer: Bloomsbury Academic. She is the author of Beckett, Derrida, and the Event of Literature (Stanford University Press, ), and of articles on the relation between continental and ordinary language philosophy, on the question of the specificity of the nature of philosophical discourse, and on the relation between philosophy and various forms of literary experiment.

    : Radical Indecision: Barthes, Blanchot, Derrida, and the Future of Criticism () by Hill, Leslie and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. The resistance to nihilism in Beckett—in other words, the Derrida in Beckett, one might even go so far as to say the literary, as distinct from the philosophical, in Beckett—would lie beyond any theme, philosopheme, content, or idea: “The composition, the rhetoric, the construction and the rhythm of [Beckett’s] works, even the ones that.


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The late Jacques Derrida’s notion of literature is explored in this new study. Starting with Derrida’s self-professed inability to comment on the work of Samuel Beckett, whom Derrida nevertheless considered one of the most interesting and exemplary writers of our time, Asja Szafraniec argues that the shared feature of literary works as Derrida understands them is a double, juridical.

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Beckett, Derrida, and the event of literature. [Asja Szafraniec] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Beckett. Search. Search for Library Items Search stated admiration and professed inability to comment on the workof Samuel Beckett are the point of departure for this book's exploration of the relation between Read more Rating: (not yet.

Asja Szafreniec, Beckett, Derrida and the Event of Literature (Stanford, Stanford University Press, ), pp. ISBN: Lydia Rainford The prompt for Asja Szafreniec’s book is Derrida’s avoidance of Beckett, in spite or perhaps because of the apparent proximity of their work. The prompt for Asja And the event of literature book book is Derrida's avoidance of Beckett, in spite or perhaps because of the apparent proximity of their work.

Derrida's most extended discussion of this avoidance, which Szafreneic's introduction quotes in full, was in his famous interview with Derek Attridge, ‘This Strange Institution Called Literature’, where he said that he found the prospect of.

Beckett, Derrida and the event of Literature Szafraniec, J.D. Link to publication Citation for published version (APA): Szafraniec, J. Beckett, Derrida and the event of Literature. General rights It is not permitted to download or to forward/distribute the text or part of it without the consent of the author(s) and/or copyright.

The present research investigates the parallelism between Derrida’s reading of Plato’s Khora and Samuel Beckett’s The Unnamable. Out of the rationality of logos, both resist being named and defined.

Indeed, the complexity in their comprehension is due to their rejecting the rules and principles of language. As language constructs mentality, whatever is out of its boundaries, remains.

Jacques Derrida was born in El-Biar, Algeria on J He graduated from the École Normal Supérieure in He taught philosophy and logic at both the University of Paris and the École Normal Supérieure for around 30 years.4/5(3). Read "Asja Szafreniec, Beckett, Derrida and the Event of Literature (Stanford, Stanford University Press, ), pp.

ISBN:Oxford Literary Review" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. Παρουσίαση The late Jacques Derrida's notion of literature is explored in this new study.

Starting with Derrida's self-professed inability to comment on the work of Samuel Beckett, whom Derrida nevertheless considered one of the most interesting and exemplary writers of our time, Asja Szafraniec argues that the shared feature of literary works as Derrida understands them is a double.

DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. Steven Connor, one of the most influential critics of twentieth-century literature and culture, has spent much of his career writing and thinking about Samuel Beckett.

This book presents Connor's finest published work on Beckett alongside fresh essays that explore how Beckett has shaped major themes in modernism and twentieth-century literature. Jacques Derrida (/ ˈ d ɛr ɪ d ə /; French: [ʒak dɛʁida]; born Jackie Élie Derrida; J – October 9, ) was an Algerian-born French philosopher best known for developing a form of semiotic analysis known as deconstruction, which he discussed in numerous texts, and developed in the context of phenomenology.

He is one of the major figures associated with post-structuralism. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: Derrida's modernity and our modernism / Jean-Michel Rabaté --Trickster economy: Derrida's Baudelaire, and the role of money, counterfeits, and alms in the modern city / Marit Grøtta --Kant's celestial economy: a footnote to The Gift of Death / Eddis N.

Miller --Derrida and. See also my discussion of Derrida’s paradoxical style in ‘St!le-in-Deconstruction’ and, for a linkage of Derrida’s ‘counter-institutional’ style to the proper and the event, Aquilina, The Event of Style in Literature, 38–9, ff.

13 Cixous and Derrida, “On Style,” – The late Jacques Derrida’s notion of literature is explored in this new study.

Starting with Derrida’s self-professed inability to comment on the work of Samuel Beckett, whom Derrida nevertheless considered one of the most interesting and exemplary writers of our time, Asja Szafraniec argues that the shared feature of literary.

Over the past forty years, various literary critics have argued that Beckett’s Endgame can be viewed as a post-apocalyptic narrative—and there is a great deal of evidence to support this claim.

For instance, in the Yale French Studies article, “On the Dialectic of Closing and Opening in Samuel Beckett’s End-game,” Gabriele Schwab and D.L. Selden assert that. Reading between the lines: Derrida, Blanchot, Beckett the conditions of the impossible enacted by the event of literature.

This impressive volume thus allows us to better understand how Derrida reconfigures the concept of modernity, beyond all labels, genres, or periodizations. Moreover, this book is itself a remarkable and timely.

General Overviews. Jacques Derrida’s work covers different fields and is relevant with regard to various disciplines. His first writings were dedicated to phenomenology, but since the beginning of the s, he broadened the scope of his researches, including the whole history of Western philosophy and also literature and literary criticism, psychoanalysis, linguistics, semiotics, ethnology.de naître" ().

As Asja Szaffaniec points out in her book Beckett, Derrida, and the Event of Literature, this ghost of matricide is not only a shared trait in both Derrida and Beckett, but it is also what perhaps unites them the most, the ghost of a kind of writing "without matricide." Tracing any possible mention of Beckett in Derrida's.Jean-Michel Rabaté is a Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania.

One of the founders and curators of Slought Foundation in Philadelphia (), he is a managing editor of the Journal of Modernhe has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.