The trains, which were the veins of the Nazi organism, nowadays became a constant reminder for a fatal system, an actual transit-architecture of death.
And if we are mentioning for a moment Lanzmann, can we count the number of languages that are in use in the attempt do document history? I ask myself how much of it is being not translated, how much of it is lost?
How can we define the borders between histories and stories, facts and fiction, the document and the oral, wheres in French it the same word – histoire?
And the empty book of Edgar.
Reading for this week (on the portal):
1. London Review Of Books, by Gilberto Perez, Vol. 26 No. 7, 1 April 2004
2. Godard Counts, By Richard Neer, Critical Inquiry, Vol. 34, No. 1, (Autumn 2007), pp. 135-173
3.The Grandchildren of Godard and the Aubracs: Betrayal, Resistance, and the…
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