Books

For a writer like Cervantes, ambivalence was not to be resolved simply, but embraced and expressed, through characters who are not real but seem so. 

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Daniel Hahn from 

The Man Who Invented Fiction review – what we owe to Cervantes

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The Splintering of the American Mind: Identity Politics, Inequality, and Community on Today's College Campuses

Medialogies: Reading Reality in the Age of Inflationary Media

The Man Who Invented Fiction

Cervantes & the Modern World

In Defense of Religious Moderation

The Theater of Truth: The Ideology of (Neo)baroque Aesthetics

Perversity and Ethics

The Philosopher's Desire Psychoanalysis, Interpretation, and Truth

A Wrinkle in History: Essays in Literature and Philosophy

How the World Became a Stage Presence, Theatricality, and the Question of Modernity

The Pragmatic Turn in Philosophy Contemporary Engagements Between Analytic and Continental Thought

Borges: The Passion of an Endless Quotation

Thinking With Borges

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