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malady of death

Marguerite Duras

malady of death

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Published by Grove Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of, La maladie de la morte , published Paris : Editions de Minuit, 1982.

Statementby Marguerite Duras ; translated from the French by Barbara Bray.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPQ2607.U8245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21360939M
ISBN 100394538668, 0394621751

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Far from examining love as an Ideal, it is a graphic account of sex and obsession. Specifically, it is less about love and more about "how to love" or *not* knowing how to love/5.

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This beautifully wrought erotic novel is an extended haiku on the meaning of love, "perhaps a sudden lapse in the logic of the universe," and its absence, "the malady of death." "The whole tragedy of the inability to love is in this work, thanks to Duras' unparalleled art of reinventing the most familiar words, of weighing their meaning."—.

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Skilled in the mechanics of sex, he desires through her to penetrate a different mystery: he wants to learn to love. Editions for The Malady of Death: (Paperback published in ), (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in.

La maladie de la mort is a surrealistic short novel about a man who pays a woman to stay with him in a house near the sea. All day and all night, the young woman lies, sleeping or slumbering in bed.

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Even so you have managed to live that love in the only way possible for by: The Malady of Death. Novelist, playwright, and filmmaker, Marguerite Duras was awarded the Prix Goncourt in for The Lover. She was also the author of India Song; Destroy, She Said; The Malady of Death; Four Novels; and a collection of essays, Practicalities.

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You look at the malady of your life, the malady of death. It's on her, on her sleeping body, that you look at it. You look at the different places on the body, at the face, the breasts, the mingled site of the sex.

You look at where the heart is. The beat seems different, more distant. The word occurs to. This beautifully wrought erotic novel is an extended haiku on the meaning of love, "perhaps a sudden lapse in the logic of the universe," and of its absence, "the malady of death." "The whole tragedy of the inability to love is in this work, thanks to Duras' unparalleled art of reinventing the most familiar words, of weighing their meaning.".

This beautifully wrought erotic novel is an extended haiku on the meaning of love, "perhaps a sudden lapse in the logic of the universe," and of its absence, "the malady of death." "The whole tragedy of the inability to love is in this work, thanks to Duras' unparalleled art of reinventing the most familiar words, of weighing their meaning.".

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This beautifully wrought erotic novel is an extended haiku on the meaning of love, "perhaps a sudden lapse in the logic of the universe," and of its absence, "the malady of death." "The whole tragedy of the inability to love is in this work, thanks to Duras' unparalleled art of reinventing the most familiar words, of weighing their meaning."/5(K).

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The Malady of death There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one. Edition Notes Translation of: La maladie de la morte. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class / Library of Congress PQU M The Physical Object Pagination 60 p. ; Cited by: The Malady of Death. Books are returnable for any reason within 10 days provided they are returned in the same condition they were sent.

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Haegue Yang / The Malady of Death (excerpt) from StudioHaegueYang on Vimeo. The reading was fully attended but most of the audience found it very difficult to follow through.

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The platform on which we establish our protagonist is the self – in other words, the reader.Early life and education. Duras was born Marguerite Donnadieu on April 4,in Gia-Dinh (near to Saigon), Cochinchina, French Indochina (now Vietnam); she was the only daughter of two teachers who had responded to a campaign by the French government encouraging French people to settle in the colony.

Duras's father fell ill soon after their arrival and returned to France, where he : Marguerite Donnadieu, 4 April.Anyway, after two years I returned to The Malady of Death, and initiated the Korean translation of the book. When I was in residency at the Walker from toDoryun Chong proposed to stage this book and obviously, I wanted to hear the text translated into the voice so it is born out of curiosity to hear Duras’ : Katie Fallen.