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  • Is the Rectum a Grave?by Leo Bersani

    University of Chicago Press 2009; US$ 21.25

    Over the course of a distinguished career, critic Leo Bersani has tackled a range of issues in his writing, and this collection gathers together some of his finest work. Beginning with one of the foundations of queer theory—his famous meditation on how sex leads to a shattering of the self, “Is the Rectum a Grave?”—this volume charts the inspired... more...

  • Intimaciesby Leo Bersani; Adam Phillips

    University of Chicago Press 2008; US$ 10.20

    Two gifted and highly prolific intellectuals, Leo Bersani and Adam Phillips, here present a fascinating dialogue about the problems and possibilities of human intimacy. Their conversation takes as its point of departure psychoanalysis and its central importance to the modern imagination—though equally important is their shared sense that by misleading... more...

  • Henry James: Novels 1901-1902 (LOA #162)by Henry James; Leo Bersani

    Library of America 2018; US$ 19.99

    This Library of America volume brings together  The Sacred Fount  (1901), one of Henry James’s most unusual experiments, and  The Wings of the Dove  (1902), one of his most beloved masterpieces and the novel that inaugurated the majestic and intricate “late phase” of his literary career. Writing to his friend William Dean Howells, James characterized ... more...

  • Foucault Against Himselfby François Caillat; Leo Bersani; Georges Didi-Huberman; Arlette Farge; Geoffroy de Lagasnerie

    Arsenal Pulp Press 2015; US$ 17.99

    Essays on Foucault reframing his legacy and building new ways of thinking about the struggle against society’s mechanisms of domination. more...

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