One of my favourite works of literary analysis is the first page and a half of Mikhail Epstein's "Good-bye to Objects, or the Nabokovian in Nabokov". Epstein begins by proposing the study of literature, not under the common categories related more
Uno de los objetivos de esta pieza es señalar falencias en el movimiento sin ridiculizarlo, ni deshumanizar a quienes padecen las injusticias que el movimiento aspira a erradicar.
[The following is yet another edited transcript of a self-recorded ethylic midnight rant. I've tried to preserve some of its oral, long-winded qualities. I hope you enjoy it.] Let me take a while to think along with you, regarding fiction and
Debería estar trabajando en la transcripción de una grabación y su transformación en un ensayo, o en aquel sobre Capote, que he estado preparando por ya demasiado tiempo; o bien en cierto cuento, o en cierta novela-- Tengo mejores cosas
I wish the velvet had been seductive! And I wish that I had gotten, then, as drunk as I am now. I'm obviously joking! I'm not drunk! I am ignorant of the taste of any drink with an alcoholic graduation
I'd like to begin by clarifying that the following chronicle has been revised and approved for publication by the poor woman involved, whose name has been changed. Last week, I took one for the team -which team, I still don't know-,