It took me nine or ten months to make it (slowly) through the introduction to Gilles Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition. Will it take me a year or
from Darwin in 1881 Now, done with beetle jaws and beaks of gulls And bivalve hinges, now, utterly done, One miracle remains, and only one.
from The Ruined Cottage [. . .] I looked round And near the door I saw an aged Man, Alone, and stretched upon the
In this post, I will be finishing up my “slow reading” of the introduction to Gilles Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition (a project I began last summer!). In
There are three more paragraphs remaining in this section of DR‘s introduction (and two more to deal with after that before moving on to Chapter 1!).
Man Carrying Thing The poem must resist the intelligence Almost successfully. Illustration: A brune figure in winter evening resists Identity. The thing he carries resists