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Maurice Blanchot

Philosopher, Novelist (22-Sep-1907 — 20-Feb-2003)

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Gerald L. Bruns. Maurice Blanchot: The Refusal of Philosophy. JHU Press. 2005. 376pp.

Carolyn Bailey Gill (editor). Maurice Blanchot: The Demand of Writing. Routledge. 1996. 234pp.

John Gregg. Maurice Blanchot and the Literature of Transgression. Princeton University Press. 1994. 241pp.

Ullrich Haase; William Large. Maurice Blanchot. Routledge. 2001. 147pp.

Kevin Hart; Geoffrey H. Hartman (editors). The Power of Contestation: Perspectives on Maurice Blanchot. JHU Press. 2004. 222pp.

Kevin Hart. The Dark Gaze: Maurice Blanchot and the Sacred. University of Chicago Press. 2004. 301pp.

Deborah M. Hess. Politics and Literature: The Case of Maurice Blanchot. Peter Lang. 1999. 272pp.

Leslie Hill. Blanchot: Extreme Contemporary. Routledge. 1997. 302pp.

Eleanor Kaufman. The Delirium of Praise: Bataille, Blanchot, Deleuze, Foucault, Klossowski. JHU Press. 2001. 224pp.

William Large. Emmanuel Levinas and Maurice Blanchot: Ethics and the Ambiguity of Writing. Clinamen Press. 2005. 167pp.

Gary D. Mole. Lévinas, Blanchot, Jabčs: Figures of Estrangement. University Press of Florida. 1997. 208pp.

Steven Shaviro. Passion & Excess: Blanchot, Bataille, and Literary Theory. University Press of Florida. 1990. 193pp.

Allan Stoekl. Politics, Writing, Mutilation: The Cases of Bataille, Blanchot, Roussel, Leiris, and Ponge. University of Minnesota Press. 1985. 159pp.

Joseph Suglia. Hölderlin and Blanchot on Self-Sacrifice. Peter Lang. 2004. 144p.

Steven Ungar. Scandal and Aftereffect: Blanchot and France Since 1930. University of Minnesota Press. 1995. 199pp.


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