6777654440_3be73b6330_b“In any case, the point or the place that I would want to point to as absolute interiority of a work of writing is what Andre Breton called the point sublime, which is the point of encounter in which unlike things encounter each other and create an extraordinary, albeit usually a very momentary place within a work—if that makes any sense. And I think you hear it in the Stein, in those copulas that she puts of:

“an elephant and a strict occasion,”

and if you linger on that juxtaposition, there is a moment in which an elephant and a strict occasion are absolutely in place together, logically. And then the logic explodes.”


Lyn Heijian

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