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Maurice Hill (geophysicist)
... Maurice Neville Hill FRS (29 May 1919 – 11 January 1966) was a British marine geophysicist ... Authority control VIAF 109899865 Persondata Name Hill, Maurice Alternative names Short description Date of birth 29 May 1919 Place of birth Date of death 11 January 1966 Place of ...
Maurice Sachs
... Maurice Sachs (born Maurice Ettinghausen, 1906, Paris - 14 April 1945, Germany) was a French writer ...
MAURICE - Other Uses
... The Maurice Debate, 1918 debate om the British House of Commons Maurice Lacroix, Swiss manufacturer of mechanical timepieces, clocks, and watches Maurices, American retail clothing chain ...
Beau-père - Cast
... Patrick Dewaere as Rémi Ariel Besse as Marion Maurice Ronet as Charly Geneviève Mnich as Simone Maurice Risch as Nicolas Macha Méril as Birthday Hostess Rose Thiéry as Mme Doullens, Landlord's ... Jacques Rispal as Taxi driver Nathalie Baye as Charlotte Nicole Garcia as Martine Maurice Biraud as Truck driver, accident witness Joseph Michael Roth as Marion's friend (un ...
Maurice Blanchot - Further Reading
... Michael Holland (ed.), The Blanchot Reader (Blackwell, 1995) George Quasha (ed.), The Station Hill Blanchot Reader (Station Hill, 1998) Michel Foucault, Maurice Blanchot The Thought from ... Editions Complicités, Paris "Maurice Blanchot de proche en proche", collection Compagnie de Maurice Blanchot, 2007 Editions Complicités "L'épreuve du temps chez Maurice Blanchot ... Arthur Cools, Langage et Subjectivité vers une approche du différend entre Maurice Blanchot et Emmanuel Levinas, Louvain, Peeters, 2007 ...

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    The Journal is not essentially a confession, a story about oneself. It is a Memorial. What does the writer have to remember? Himself, who he is when he is not writing, when he is living his daily life, when he alive and real, and not dying and without truth.
    Maurice Blanchot (b. 1907)

    A writer who writes, “I am alone” ... can be considered rather comical. It is comical for a man to recognize his solitude by addressing a reader and by using methods that prevent the individual from being alone. The word alone is just as general as the word bread. To pronounce it is to summon to oneself the presence of everything the word excludes.
    —Maurice Blanchot (b. 1907)