Archeology of Trauma

Over the boundaries of topography, corrosion and the sublime.

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“Cold the walls stand / and the wordless, in the wind / the weathercocks are rattling”

—Friedrich Hölderlin. “Halves of Life”.

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“All changed, changed utterly / a terrible beauty is born”

—W.B. Yeats. “Easter”.

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“The palpable obscure”

—Milton. “Paradise Lost” Book II.

 

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“D’ailleurs qui est-ce qui atteint son idéal?”

—Victor Hugo. “Les Misérables”.

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“You may never touch the Master, but you can tickle his creatures”

—Thomas Pynchon. “Gravity’s Rainbow”.

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“La libertad es como un número primo”

—Roberto Bolaño. “Los detectives salvajes”.

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“Stories have no point if they don’t absorb our terror”

—Don DeLillo. “Mao II”.