CONTRA O GOLPE CIVIL EM CURSO E A FAVOR DA DEMOCRACIA

segunda-feira, 30 de junho de 2014

Thomas Hardy who finally unveils the body in the English novel, most particularly in Tess of the d'Urbervilles, facing at last, in relative nakedness, the presence and power of Eros, and making the next step - to D.H.Lawrence - merely inevitable. In France not only is the weight of self-censorship so much lighter (...), there is also the unavowed but nonetheless living inheritance from the eighteenth century novel, especially its masterpiece, Laclos's Les Liaisons Dangereuses, which has never been surpassed as an account of the political erotic body and its place in the network of writing and reading.

Peter Brooks, Reading for the Plot, p. 144.

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