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BATAILLE'S WOUND

FICTION

0 Pages, 5.96 x 8.92

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $12.95 (US $12.95)

Publication Date: January 1900

ISBN 9781886449046

Rights: WOR

Barrytown/Station Hill Press, Inc. (Jan 1900)

Price: $12.95
 
 

Overview

Bataille's Wound is a fictional presentation of the thought of a central modern French thinker and novelist, showing him as a radical teacher and mentor. George Bataille was a highly controversial writer associated with the Surrealist movement and—in writing often considered by turns pornographic and brilliant—concerned with moral transgression and the authenticity of inner experience. Greene uses quotation, paraphrase, and the recreation of Bataille's celebrated style to further the spirit of that work.

Author Biography

Michael Greene has been a professor at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois and has received awards for excellence in teaching, recognizing his power to actualize the living spirit of the philosophers in his teaching.