Sunday, June 17, 2007

I dreamt the poet Tom Meyer sent me an e-mail asking me what I thought of this passage from a recent book by the famous British Blanchot scholar Melvyn More (a woman who wrote in French and was translated into English by someone else): "It is imperative that we interpret everything that happens in life from a Blanchotean perspective. [Or: It is imperative that we see everything in life the way Blanchot would see it.] Everything is a door."

1 comment:

Charlotte said...

Now that I think about it, her last name wasn't More -- it was something like Merling or Moreling.