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On pain of speech

Dina Al-Kassim

On pain of speech

fantasies of the first order and the literary rant

by Dina Al-Kassim

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modernism (Literature),
  • Oratory in literature,
  • Subjectivity in literature,
  • Protest literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDina Al-Kassim.
    SeriesFlashPoints
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN56.M54 A47 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23392097M
    ISBN 109780520259256
    LC Control Number2009020575

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On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is ng on the politics of address, Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that its abject address is an /5.

On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is ng on the "politics of address," Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that its abject address is an essential yet overlooked feature.

About the Book. On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is ng on the “politics of address,” Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that its abject address is an.

Book Description: On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted. Focusing on the "politics of address," Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that.

On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is ng on the “politics of address,” Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that its abject address is an essential yet overlooked feature.

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On pain of speech: fantasies of the first order and the literary rant. [Dina Al-Kassim] -- "On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted.

Focusing on the "politics of. This means that pain has been enveloped in the divine mercy. And this implies, finally, that sin has been dealt with.

Once we understand that God’s love is more powerful than suffering, we have lost, at least in principle, the motivation to sin. These wonderful Easter days teach us that pain, in point of fact, is not metaphysically basic.