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Reading Notes

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Walking this morning, I watched two bicyclists ride past and couldn’t remember the German word for a road bike. “Strasse…”–street…, I thought, and then the word “Strassenkreuzer” came to mind, street cruiser (cruiser as in a warship, streetcruiser as in … Continue reading

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Fragments and Totalities

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My Red Heaven by Lance Olsen Dzanc Books 2020 10 June 1927 Berlin Walter Benjamin, in bed with Asja Lacis on this day, or at least remembering that erotic encounter on this day, or perhaps it is the narrator gathering … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Immortal from Lance Olsen

Lance Olsen, author of the provocative and thoughtful and formally playful Nietzsche’s Kisses, [[there. ]], Theories of Forgetting, and other books I haven’t yet read, posted these thoughts about Immortal for Quite Some Time: :::: I happily don’t exactly know what to call … Continue reading

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