Memory Palace by Ruth Hoberman — Chicago Literati


It is the distinctive privilege of language to be able to hide meaning behind a misleading sign . . . The simplest of wishes cannot express itself without hiding behind a screen of language that constitutes a world of intricate subjective relations, all of them potentially inauthentic. –Paul deMan, Blindness and Insight It’s a bit […]

melalui Memory Palace by Ruth Hoberman — Chicago Literati

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