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Reading The Readers Of Sasha Grey Reading Slavoj Žižek

I happened upon this picture of the actor, writer, musician and former pornographic actor, Sasha Grey, reading Slavoj Žižek’s 2008 book, In Defence of Lost Causes, on my Facebook timeline posted by a fan/meme page dedicated to the Slovenian philosopher. The photograph itself was clearly part of an attempt to mould Grey’s public persona in… Keep Reading

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The Law Ex-ists: Reading Kafka with Lacan

A reading of Kafka’s Law as a non-existent existence. We begin, of course, with an excerpt from “Before the Law,” Kafka’s famous parable from his novel The Trial (1925): “Before the law stands a doorkeeper. To this doorkeeper there comes a man from the country and prays for admittance to the Law. But the doorkeeper says… Keep Reading

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“DARK SPRING” by Unica Zürn

A girl commits suicide, after her ‘’coming-of-age’’ turns into a freudian nightmare. I’d like to start this book review out with a long awkward silence. /Hold it. Rarely have I read a book that is so difficult to say something about. Possibly because of the anger and fury that evaporates from all the pages, which… Keep Reading

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Good News: The Book Lives!

“If religion is an answer, if political ideology is an answer, then literature is an inquiry; great literature, by asking extraordinary questions, opens new doors in our minds.” (Salman Rushdie, Imaginary Homelands, 1990). Okay, this is going to sound like I’m 80 years old. For the record, I’m not! But when I first started working… Keep Reading

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