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The Existence of Confinement
The Appearance of Nothing
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absolute abstract adult aesthetic allow Anatoly Marchenko Andrey Sinyavsky Antonio Negri anxiety appears becomes body boundary Casanova cell child childhood choice completely concept consciousness describe desire despair discover distinction Dostoevsky dreams Edith Nesbit empty escape ethical example existence experience fairy-story fantasy Ferguson freedom Freud golden age Gregor Gulag Archipelago Harvie Ferguson Hobbit human identity immediacy impressions individual infinite Jean Genet Kenneth Grahame Kierkegaard kind literature of confinement live logic Marchenko memory metamorphosis Mordor Nadezhda Mandelstam natural never normal nothingness object ourselves particular philosophical physical play playworld pleasure possibility prison Proust psychological pure realise reality recognise recollection reflection relationship religious remains repetition resist Sade Schreber self-development selfhood sense sensuous simply Sinyavsky social solitary Solovetsky Island Solzhenitsyn Soyinka space story substance synthesis transformation unconscious victim Victor Serge wish Wole Soyinka world of confinement writes young