From the Book to the Book: An Edmond Jabès Reader
Extreame Savings Item! Save 43% on the From the Book to the Book: An Edmond Jabès Reader by Brand: Wesleyan at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. “To take the wrong door means indeed to go against the order that presided over the plan of the house, over the layout of the rooms, over the
“To take the wrong door means indeed to go against the order that presided over the plan of the house, over the layout of the rooms, over the beauty and rationality of the whole. But what discoveries are made possible for the visitor! The new path permits him to see what no one other than himself could have perceived from that angle. All the more so because I am not sure that one can enter a written work without having forced one’s own way in first.” – from In Place of a Foreword
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