Immanence and animality in Marçal's poetic voice
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Drawing from Derrida's concept of fissure and the Deleuzian notion of inorganic life, this article analyses to what extent the intersection between the human and the non-human inspires original figurations of love and pleasure in Maria-Mercè Marçal's poetry.
|Title of host publication||Maria-Mercè Marçal: Her Life in Words|
|Editors||Prof Dominic Keown, Dr Noèlia Díaz-Vicedo|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 1 Sep 2017|
- Immanence, Animality, Corporality, Textuality, Poetry