A Lover's Discourse by Sharon Kivland

How is this book written
Everything is part of this principle: that we should not reduce the lover to a mere symptomatic subject, but rather make us hear what there is in her unreal voice, that is to say, intractable. [...] it gives reading a place of speech: the place of someone who speaks lovingly in front of the other (the loved object), who does not speak.


Comment est fait ce livre
Toute est partie de ce principe : qu’il ne fallait pas réduire l’amoureux à un simple sujet symptomal, mais plutôt faire entendre ce qu’il y a dans sa voix d’inactuel, c’est-à-dire d’intraitable. [...] il donne à lire une place de parole : la place de quelqu’un qui parle en lui-même, amoureusement, face à l’autre (l’objet aimé), qui ne parle pas.

 

A Lover’s Discourse / Un discours amoureux

was shortlisted for the Bob Calle Prix de livre d’artiste in 2017.

A Lover's Discourse by Sharon Kivland

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