The eagle-eyed amongst you (or, perhaps, just those who read the site directly rather than via a newsfeeder) will have noticed that down the left-hand side of the RSB blog page we have a new feature: Book(s) of the Week. These books are, normally, those that have arrived fairly recently and constitute what I consider to be the pick of the week's post. Last week, I was thrilled to receive Interrogation Machine: Laibach and NSK by Alexei Monroe and Stanley Cavell's Philosophy the Day After Tomorrow. This week, whilst I settle into the new year and carry on with reading as much of Josipovici's criticism as I can get my hands on, I'll be dipping into Kafka's Blue Octavo Notebooks (in a lovely edition from Exact Change) and Proust's English by Daniel Karlin.

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