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Black Dog Pub., 2002 - Literary Criticism - 205 pages
The latest volume in the Revisions series presents the work of French author and artist Pierre Klossowski (1905-2001), who is most well known for his erotic and bawdy imagery and surrealist fiction. Essays in the book explore the interdependence of the sacred and the profane, the political and moral responsibilities of the artist, and the power of the imagination in modern societies witch have witnessed the "death of the God." Included in this volume are essays by Pierre Klossowski and the renowned French theories Maurice Blanchot, examining Klossowski's fiction, along with a critical introduction by Alyce Mahon.
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