Gilles Deleuze, Letters and Other Texts (Semiotext(e)) June 23, 2020

Deleuze’s Letters and Other Texts translated into English.

Philosophy of Movement

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A posthumous collection of writings by Deleuze, including letters, youthful essays, and an interview, many previously unpublished.

Letters and Other Texts is the third and final volume of the posthumous texts of Gilles Deleuze, collected for publication in French on the twentieth anniversary of his death. It contains several letters addressed to his contemporaries (Michel Foucault, Pierre Klossowski, François Châtelet, and Clément Rosset, among others). Of particular importance are the letters addressed to Félix Guattari, which offer an irreplaceable account of their work as a duo from Anti-Oedipus to What is Philosophy? Later letters provide a new perspective on Deleuze’s work as he responds to students’ questions.

his volume also offers a set of unpublished or hard-to-find texts, including some essays from Deleuze’s youth, a few unusual drawings, and a long interview from 1973 on Anti-Oedipus with Guattari.

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1 Response to Gilles Deleuze, Letters and Other Texts (Semiotext(e)) June 23, 2020

  1. dmf says:

    haven’t dug into this yet so can’t speak to the quality but appreciate anyone promoting closer readings: https://soundcloud.com/quarantine_collective

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