Alix, tome 3 : L'AZle maudite by Jacques Martin PDF

By Jacques Martin

ISBN-10: 2203312068

ISBN-13: 9782203312067

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Prophetically aware of how La Chute will be read in succeeding years, Blanchot evokes the temptation of reducing Clamence’s discourse to a drama of consciousness: “People will no doubt find in this story the rigid movement of a self-satisfied man who, by dint of indulging his virtuous and contented ego, gives himself over in the end to the force of dissatisfaction and destruction that also resides in the ego” (229). This is a concise summary of the book’s plot—the process by which a self-satisfied lawyer, defender of widows and orphans, ends up as “judge-penitent” in an Amsterdam bar, with the avowed purpose of coercing all of humanity to share his own guilt.

260; my emphasis) The most striking example of the excessive or “hyperbolic” manner in which the individual actor-player is appropriated by the absolute comical is provided by the figure of Pierrot, who is guillotined on the stage with a complete lack of deference for the classical French bienséances. Undaunted by the loss of his head, he picks it up and pockets it, consumed by the monomania of his compulsion to steal. The violent laughter that moves through the audience proves that the effect of the absolute has been intuited, while on the level of theatrical staging, the scene as such represents the image of human intelligence working overtime, attempting to recuperate the irrecuperable.

Impersonality in Blanchot,” 62–63) Although it is certainly true that Blanchot’s task in writing about other literary creators is not principally one of exegesis in the traditional sense of that term, I would argue that the suspension of comprehension seen by de Man as the ultimate effect of Blanchot’s style is in fact an invitation to descend further into the textual abyme, where fiction and analytical essay mirror each other and elucidate each other’s darkness. Keeping this in mind, I will now VERTIGINOUS STORYTELLING 33 examine the origin and meaning of dizziness in La Chute.

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