Charlotte Mandell has put her essay Blanchot in America (which was written after Blanchot's death) up on her website. It joins another shorter essay on Blanchot, A Language of Absence (via Burhan).
Actually it's been there for a while, ever since Blanchot died in 2003! But it's nice that someone has just discovered it. The link to Thomas Meyer on Burhan's site is to the wrong Wikipedia listing -- the one I mean can be found herehttp://jargonbooks.com/and herehttp://jargonbooks.com/coromandel.html
Hi Charlotte,When I thought it looked familiar I presumed Burhan must be right that it was new and that I was simply suffering in deja vu! Oh well, its always nice to have the excuse to link to your site.Mark
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