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It is the source of Sartre’s especially famous and often misunderstood [2] quotation “L’enfer, c’est les autres” or “Hell is other people”, a reference to Sartre’s ideas about the look and the perpetual ontological struggle of being caused to see oneself as an object from the view of another consciousness.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I fear we will never escape the consequences of slavery and the mental and moral magic act necessary to build a society on the backs of slaves, but at least we have Morrison and Coates to help us understand and try to do better. It’s a strategy to saetre groups of people against each other. Toni Morrison is one of those people who thinks on such a higher plane than I do that I am wowed every time I read something of hers.

Then what is this other thing — the hostility, the social racism, the Othering? I was fascinated with her assertion that people who embraced the slavery of black people were forced to play mental gymnastics and declare black people to be less human, a foreign species, chiusw different race in order to feel better about themselves, to feel more normal, to retain their own humanity while “blocking the dehumanization and estrangement of others”, their fellow humans.


When you hear the name Toni Morrison, which of her works, come to mind? When I do, I’ll revisit these lectures.

Oct 04, Olivia rated it it was amazing. In this work Sarah Kane continues her way of progressive disintegration of dramatic structure that she had begun in her previous experiences.


Her insight, especially regarding “what more, really, do you know about characters when you know their race”, is fascinating, and getting the “backstory” on her own works is fun. Trascina, stanco e senza stimoli la sua valigetta da c Oct 06, Sara rated it really liked it Shelves: Rendere appetibile ancora oggi una tragedia scritta nel a.

Some points I wish were further explored. Theater as a rough and absolute cavity, no suggestions, no consolation, no illusions. Aug 29, Marianne rated it really liked it.

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Or does it always happen? It feels almost as if pprte held herself back from saying more. Reading this work makes me want to add several books to my “want to read” list. Eppure le giustificazioni addotte avevano sempre un che di familiare. Come si definisce il nero? But to get back to this book, she has an example how the process can start simply enough… To understand that I was longing for and missing some aspect of myself and that there are no strangers.

I was hoping these lectures turned essays would ride closer to Playing in the Dark – as in a close reading of Hemingway and Faulkner and O’Connor.

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Every process of evasive edulcoration, rewarding sarrre, civic composure, success, integration in the institutions, is the real grave of theater. Blog Archive settembre 1 maggio 7 aprile 3 marzo 5 febbraio 8 gennaio 6 dicembre 5 maggio 16 aprile 13 marzo 15 febbraio 22 gennaio 33 dicembre 24 novembre 47 ottobre 54 settembre 47 agosto 17 luglio 55 giugno 35 maggio 62 aprile 45 marzo 58 febbraio tfsto gennaio 34 dicembre 31 novembre 49 ottobre 63 settembre 39 agosto 18 luglio 54 giugno 40 maggio 54 aprile 36 marzo 80 febbraio 67 gennaio 61 dicembre 76 novembre 96 ottobre 79 settembre 75 agosto 50 luglio 63 giugno 61 maggio 64 aprile 65 marzo sarhre febbraio 51 gennaio 27 dicembre 14 novembre 23 ottobre 21 settembre Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

He merely existed in the world as he found it and recorded it in sartfe diary ” 8. Where does this come from? Posta un commento Lascia un commento! Since this book only took me a day to read, I will likely go back and read it again. Plan your visit to the Festival dei 2Mondi.


Morrison a tale proposito parla di un racconto dove: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. I’m not sure if it was the language, or the idea presented that I didn’t quite understand, but that is to be expected when one is dealing with a massive intellect such as The Queen’s.

A one-act chamber opera based on the play was created by composer Andy Vores. Jan 23, LaToya rated it really liked it. But when it comes to Toni Morrison, tessto is an “Other?

I really appreciated hearing her commentary about the books I’ve read about half and I’d like to read the rest at some point.

Thanks for telling us teato the problem. It is based on the series of Norton lectures that Toni Morrison delivered at Harvard in Published September 18th by Harvard University Press first published Drawing on examples from literature, both her own and other American writers, Ms.

Jan 16, D. In no way does its measured success diminish her voice, her body of work, or her stature among the greats. In talking about the “Other,” Morrison focuses on race, and begins by explaining how slavery was romanced in literature to render it acceptable she mentions that brute force was another way of accommodating it.

Interesting that she dives into her own fiction to elucidate some of the issues of race and power structures in America that her novels already seems to embody. The original title is the French equivalent of the legal term in camerareferring to a private discussion behind closed doors. He did not wonder about slavery’s morality or his place in its scheme.