The Absence of the Book

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"The Absence of the Book" is an essay by French philosopher and literary theorist Maurice Blanchot which appeared in his 1993 collection The Infinite Conversation.[1]

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  1. ^ Sheaffer-jones, Caroline (2008), "The Point of the Story: Levinas, Blanchot and "The Madness of the Day"", MFS Modern Fiction Studies 54: 160, doi:10.1353/mfs.2008.0026