Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Ghost of Myself (Beckett) & Ghost of Derrida

From The Unnamable: "& if I do not always feel the full force of yesterday & today, this does not detract very much from the satisfaction I feel at having penetrated the gist of the matter. Of her salad, for example, I never heard anything but praise. Yes, I represent for her a tidy little capital &, if I should ever happen to die, I am convinced she would be genuinely annoyed. This should help me to live" (Beckett 329).

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