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Title: Cisza, która brzmi inaczej: o przyjaźni Bataille'a i Blanchota
Authors: Krzykawski, Michał
Keywords: Georges Bataille; Maurice Blanchot
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: "Er(r)go : teoria, literatura, kultura " Nr 2 (2016), s. 59-80
Abstract: This article deals with silence in which one may see the main feature of friendship between Georges Bataille and Maurice Blanchot and the basis of literary friendship further developed by Jacques Derrida and Jean-Luc Nancy. Since silence is analysed here as something that one can keep but also pass over, friendship somehow appears as the effect of overcommenting and can be interpreted as mythologem. The shape of the latter largely results from comments by Blanchot and other commentators who invoke him. In consequence, taken from Bataille, the notion of friendship loses its significance and comes to assume different meanings, including contradictory ones. Friendship between Bataille and Blanchot starts when a biographical fact turns to a literary fact and then comes back as a as form of thought. This article aims at revising the philological value of the latter in order to reveal what silence may hide.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/7614
ISSN: 1508-6305
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