‘Watch the sense and the sounds will take care of themselves’; so says the Duchess in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. But can we be so sure of this? The Duchess, like her creator Lewis Carroll, often seems to put more emphasis on the sound of words than their sense, a technique that can also be […]Read more "The Sound of Nonsense"
the walker’s lived experience is traversed by a “second existence,” the result of books, in such a way that the different types of experience merge and fade into one another. The lived experience is not in any way opposed to the lettered experience; each is informed and transformed by the other. Sylviane Agacinski, Time Passing: […]Read more "Space & Place"