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  • What the person needs, to be able respond to these forces, is not a certainty of location, not a certainty that builds clear boundaries between inside and outside, but one where these boundaries are blurred, under erasure, in the Derridean sense of the sous rature, enabling us to tackle the it without resorting to dualities.

    YOU ARE HERE by MABI DAVID

  • What the person needs, to be able respond to these forces, is not a certainty of location, not a certainty that builds clear boundaries between inside and outside, but one where these boundaries are blurred, under erasure, in the Derridean sense of the sous rature, enabling us to tackle the it without resorting to dualities.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Par ailleurs, je note, je rature, je corrige, je développe ... bref mes premières phases de création passent encore systématiquement par le papier avant la phase de saisie de mes textes.

    Entretiens / Interviews / Entrevistas

  • It shows that I read three of Shakespeare's plays, two volumes of Mommsen's History of Rome, a large part of Lanson's Litt rature Franc, aise, two or three novels, some of the French classics, a couple of scientific works and a play of Ibsen's.

    The Summing Up

  • Thomiste, Revue du clerg fran ais; Revue d'histoire et de litt rature religieuse; Revue biblique; Theologische Quartalschrift (Tübingen);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • If you prefer Augusta Evans '"St Elmo," to Thackeray's Pendennis (I confess to a weak ness for that much abused book) have individuality enough to say so and pray for better taste -- but much of the current literature in fiction aims only to amuse and some postively weakens andr future mpanion - nowledge rature, a is always ennobling thoughts.

    Chats with Girls

  • If you prefer Augusta Evans '"St Elmo," to Thackeray's Pendennis (I confess to a weak ness for that much abused book) have individuality enough to say so and pray for better taste -- but much of the current literature in fiction aims only to amuse and some postively weakens andr future mpanion - nowledge rature, a is always ennobling thoughts.

    The Woman's Era, Vol. 1

  • If you prefer Augusta Evans '"St Elmo," to Thackeray's Pendennis (I confess to a weak ness for that much abused book) have individuality enough to say so and pray for better taste -- but much of the current literature in fiction aims only to amuse and some postively weakens andr future mpanion - nowledge rature, a is always ennobling thoughts.

    The Woman's Era, Vol. 1, No. 1

  • And a Series of Re - flections which had been previously published in a work called “Receuil de pièces d'histoire et de litté - rature.

    Reflections; or Sentences and Moral Maxims

  • Everywhe fe ding and drinks re e stands arede lope Theonly diffe ncethede p ve d. re e te pe m rature areand that e rything is built fromice s ve.

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