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    i think hes pretty good at pastiching literary style. the book on battaille
    swoons and flutters and gasps and gnashes its teeth and flounces and mimes all these other histrionic poses just like a real literary
    frenchman would

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    maybe Ive got a skewed perspective bc I read him quite slowly, but I remember the aesthetic being pretty consistent. what changed is his philosophy went even further out there and his politics followed suit.

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    you probably take more note of the ideas and i probably take more note of the literary style

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    Ah, happy memories.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vimothy View Post
    maybe Ive got a skewed perspective bc I read him quite slowly, but I remember the aesthetic being pretty consistent. what changed is his philosophy went even further out there and his politics followed suit.
    i am a specialist on style. dilligaf about ideas i cdnt care less. style is king, it's everything, le style c'est l'homme meme

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    there's something about that by someone or other
    they say write in rimbauds, or nietzsches, or whoevers style, but
    swap out the ideas for other ideas and youve still got rimbaud or nietzsche
    but the opposite is never true.

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