Monday, January 29, 2007

toujours du cote de chez quelqu'un autre*





Borges versus Proust: Towards a combative literature

* My title: the author, Tim Conley's, phrase.

The Proustian character is a macrometaphor for the sense of time ... this figure loses its boundaries in the regions of inexpressible sensation, that is, with the experience Proust calls "style:' There, time does not pass, for the character goes from being "lost" to being "regained" through a pure movement of time embodied. If you wish to lose your time and regain it with the same movement, one of your options might be to create characters. Like Proust's.






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