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Jackie Wang Posts Incredible Hélène Cixous Essay on Marina Tsvetaeva

Wow: Jackie Wang has uploaded an “absolutely breathtaking” essay by Hélène Cixous on Marina Tsvetaeva called “Poetry, Passion, and History” (chapter 4 in Cixous’s Readings). You can find it here. Wang writes: In this essay Cixous discusses desert writing and thirst, mountain vs. sea writing (aversion to the oceanic as aversion to the maternal), the […]
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