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A Real Happy Birthday to Georges Bataille

“There are masses of lilacs here, irises and wisteria. The forest seems like peace itself, but when the day comes it will burn like a match.” – Georges Bataille, [x] The Paris Review published a happy birthday essay to Bataille today. … Continue reading

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Laure and the Sacred (2)

My first post on Laure and the Sacred can be found here.  The notes for “The Sacred” created by Georges Bataille and Michel Leiris attempt to more clearly define the sacred in Laure’s thought. They write: The representation of “the … Continue reading

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Laure and the Sacred (1)

I have been reading the collected writings of Laure, aka Colette Peignot, over the past couple days. I’m not very far into the book, but there are already a few things that I want to note for the future. The … Continue reading

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