Georges Bataille died on 8 July in Paris.
Passion and Excess: Blanchot, Bataille, and Literary Theory
Much of the above comes from the excellent source: Georges Bataille by Michael Richardson. In just a few seconds: first, Simone bit into one of the raw balls, to my dismay; then Granero advaned towards the bull, waving his scarlet cloth; finally, almnost at once, Simone, with blood-red face and a suffocating lewdness, uncovered her long white thighs up to her moist vulva, into which she slowly and surely fitted the second pale globule- Granero was thrown back by the bull and wedged against the balustrade; the horns struck the balustrade three times at full speed; at the third blow, one horn plunged into the right eye and through the head.
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A shriek of unmeasured horror coincided with a brief orgasm for Simone, who was lifted up from the stone seat only to be flung back with a bleeding nose, under a blinding sun; men instantly rushed over to haul away Granero's body, the right eye dangling from the head. Subcultural Relevance Obviously, Bataille has extreme relevance as a nexus point for the intellectual and artistic life of midth century France.
Much of his "achievement" can only be understood inside this historical context. In this way, the simplest method of locating Bataille is to place him dead square in the middle of a continuum between Fascism and Surrealism. And, humorously enough, perhaps this crude position is the only way to make sense of his writing, especially his "transgressive fictions.
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It is Bataille's philosophy of excess and exuberance, his open acknowledgement of shame in the face of the extreme pornographic displays of sex and death, his sense of esoteric humor and history that make him so appropriate to this world we live in. Look around at all the weak-kneed "erotic philosophers" and judge who backs down from the abyssmal truth of the matter.
The same goes for the vulturous "death therapists. And, most importantly, he embraces it, says YES to it, even though it would annihilate him. And beyond of all of his failings, this still stands.
The corpse of Bataille never smelled sweeter. It's Good! Original publication as L'Erotisme , But what happens to us when, disintoxicated, we learn what we are?
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Lost among babblers in a night in which we can only hate the appearance of light which comes from babbling. The self-acknowledged suffering of the disintoxicated is the subject of this book. Original publication as Les Larmes d'Eros , Theory of Religion , Robert Hurley, trans. All rights reserved. His father suffered from general paralysis, brought on by syphilis. He was, according to Bataille  , already blind when Georges was conceived. His mother was also of dubious sanity. If you add this item to your wish list we will let you know when it becomes available.
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