Heads Or Tails: The Poetics of Money

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Wayne State University Press, 2000 - 349 sider
Examines the role of money in modern German literature. Using examples from Goethe, Gotthelf, Holderlin and others to demonstrate the intersecting worlds of literature and finance, the author argues that money, like literature, has no intrinsic value, but is at the same time a necessity.
 

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7
Aut Prodesse aut Delectare
27
PART II
36
The Materiality of Money and of Literature
58
To Torment from AfarMoneys Relational Mania
77
Moneys SexMoney Reproducing Grandchildren
91
A Caprice on Corporate Bodies
117
Time Is Money
127
ONTOSEMIOLOGY OF MONEY
159
What Counts? Money and Validity
179
Symbol Allegory Fetish
199
Schlemihls ShadowNietzsches Shadow
216
The Source of the Center
241
Deconstruction of Money
251
Ruin Ruins
261
The Medial Blood of the Economy
276

Poetic Critique of Money
147

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