Assistant editors: Christian Grösslinger / Christopher Herzog
Failure, Farce, and Futile Rage: Cultural Criticism and the Crisis of ‘High Art’ in Thomas Bernhard and William Gaddis
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Indignation is no longer possible. It is at this point, then, that the critique of culture necessarily becomes repetitive.
– Antonio Negri1
… the rage is there at the heart of it, the sheer energy, the sheer tension.
– William Gaddis2
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