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Literature professes to be important…

Literature professes to be important…

“Literature professes to be important while at the same time considering itself an object of doubt. It confirms itself as it disparages itself. It seeks itself: this is more than it has a right to do, because literature may be one of those things which deserve to be found but not to be sought.”
—Maurice Blanchot, Literature and the Right to Death

David Isaacson
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