Revolution in Poetic Language
A lucid and creative consideration of the status and stakes of contemporary cultural criticism, it is essential reading for students of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries--and a monumental challenge to all of us. (Alice Jardine, Harvard University)
Instead, let me be productive for you. To understand this book, you need to have a passing famil...more
era cosa tan secreta
que me quedé balbuciendo
toda ciencia trascendiendo.
The poet would not have excluded the ecstacies of babbling babes (infants in union with the maternal form and entwined lovers cooing incoherently) from sharing in such states.
In the body-minds of yoginis and yogis, Kristeva's 'semiotic' interbreeds deliciously with tantric transcendental lokas unveiled by bija mantras...more