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Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine by D.N. Rodowick
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Sep 19, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: deleuzian, french-theory, philosophy, theory

I found Deleuze's cinema books practically incomprehensible (gorgeously, beguilingly incomprehensible, but incomprehensible nonetheless) before this invaluable study helped untangle some of the more difficult knots. Rodowick accomplishes this not so much as explaining as contextualizing and helping draw revealing connections to Deleuze's larger philosophical project. I only read the section immediately relevant to what I was studying at the time (cinema and "minor" literatures), but plan someday to return to take on the rest.
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