Maurice Blanchot - Further Reading

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 Outside (Zone, 1989)
  • Jacques Derrida, Demeure: Fiction and Testimony (Stanford, 2000)
  • Emmanuel Levinas, On Maurice Blanchot in Proper Names (Stanford, 1996)
  • Leslie Hill, Blanchot: Extreme Contemporary (Routledge, 1997)
  • Gerald Bruns, Maurice Blanchot: The Refusal of Philosophy (Johns Hopkins Press, 1997)
  • Christophe Bident, Maurice Blanchot, partenaire invisible (Paris: Champ Vallon, 1998)
  • Hadrien Buclin, Maurice Blanchot ou l'autonomie littéraire (Lausanne: Antipodes, 2011)
  • Manola Antonioli, Maurice Blanchot Fiction et théorie, Paris, Kimé, 1999.
  • Élie Ayache, L'écriture Postérieure, Paris, Complicités, 2006.
  • Editions Complicités, Paris "Maurice Blanchot de proche en proche", collection Compagnie de Maurice Blanchot, 2007
  • Editions Complicités "L'épreuve du temps chez Maurice Blanchot", collection Compagnie de Maurice Blanchot, 2005
  • Editions Complicites "L'Oeuvre du Féminin dans l'écriture de Maurice Blanchot", collection Compagnie de Maurice Blanchot, 2004
  • Françoise Collin, Maurice Blanchot et la question de l'écriture, Paris, Gallimard, 1971.
  • Arthur Cools, Langage et Subjectivité vers une approche du différend entre Maurice Blanchot et Emmanuel Levinas, Louvain, Peeters, 2007.
  • Critique n°229, 1966 (numéro spécial, textes de Jean Starobinsky, Georges Poulet, Levinas, Paul de Man, Michel Foucault, René Char...).
  • DERRIDA Jacques, Parages, Paris, Galilée, 1986.
  • Jacques Derrida, Demeure. Maurice Blanchot, Paris, Galilée, 1994.
  • Leslie Hill, Blanchot: Extreme Contemporary, Londres, Routledge, 1997.
  • Eric Hoppenot dir., L'Œuvre du féminin dans l'écriture de Maurice Blanchot, Paris, Complicités, 2004.
  • Eric Hoppenot dir.,coordonné par Arthur COOLS, L'épreuve du temps chez Maurice Blanchot, Paris, Complicités, 2006.
  • Eric Hoppenot & Alain Milon dir., Levinas Blanchot penser la différence, Paris, Presses Universitaires de Paris X, 2008.
  • Jean-Luc Lannoy, Langage, perception, mouvement. Blanchot et Merleau-Ponty, Grenoble, Jérôme Millon, 2008.
  • Roger Laporte., l'Ancien, l'effroyablement Ancien in Études, Paris, P.O.L, 1990.
  • Lignes n°11, 1990 (numéro spécial contenant tout le dossier de La revue internationale).
  • Pierre Madaule, Une tâche sérieuse ?, Paris, Gallimard, 1973, pp. 74–75
  • Meschonnic, Henri, Maurice Blanchot ou l’écriture hors langage in Poésie sans réponse (Pour la poétique V), Paris, Gallimard, 1978, pp. 78–134.
  • Ginette Michaud, Tenir au secret (Derrida, Blanchot), Paris, Galilée, 2006
  • Anne-Lise Schulte-Nordholt, Maurice Blanchot, l'écriture comme expérience du dehors, Genève, Droz, 1995.
  • Daniel Wilhelm, Intrigues littéraires, Paris, Lignes/Manifeste, 2005.
  • ZARADER Marlène, L'être et le neutre, à partir de Maurice Blanchot, Paris, Verdier, 2000.

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