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The Beast at Heaven's Gate : Georges Bataille and the art of transgression /
edited by Andrew Hussey.
imprint
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2006.
description
156 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
904202013X (pbk.)
format(s)
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imprint
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2006.
isbn
904202013X (pbk.)
standard identifier
9789042020139
general note
Papers from the International colloquium "Cent ans de Bataille: la bataille de cent ans," held Sept. 1998 at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies.
language note
In English and French.
catalogue key
6013731
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
The beast at heaven's gate : Georges Bataille and the art of transgressionp. 7
Le Secret du corps de Madame Edwarda (Bataille de la philosophie a la limite de l'obscene)p. 13
L'eschatologie trouee de Ma Merep. 23
Deux ecrivains face a l'histoire : George Bataille et Elio Vittorini - la hantise du politiquep. 45
Dirty lifep. 61
As above, so below; informe/sublime/abjectp. 73
'The slaughterhouse of love' : the corpse of 'Laure'p. 81
From recuperation to simulacrum : Klossowski's readings of George Bataillep. 91
The eye of the storm : female representation in Bataille's Madame Edwarda and Histoire de l'oeilp. 101
'The law of the mother' : masochism, fetishism and subjectivity in George Bataille's Histoire de l'oeilp. 111
The use-value of Georges Bataille : Philippe Sollers and the act of writingp. 127
Informe and 'anti form'p. 143
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