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Sixteen individual perspectives on stereotactic technique from classical management of movement disorders to the more recent management of intraaxial tumors. Presents an overview of stereotactic surgery and describes more specialized applications of the stereotactic method. Translated from the 1973 French edition. Blanchot, using his familiar fragmentary form and obsessive rigor, continues to batter at the wall separating literature and philosophy. He focuses on Hegel and Nietzche, perhaps to give Mallarme and Kafka a breathing spell. Paper edition unseen, $10.95. No index or bibliography. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2001

    The Best Translation

    Ignore the Booknews review.. this book has nothing to do with movement disorders or intraaxial tumors, nor does it really fit the discription following. This is Blanchot's meditation on Nietzsche's Eternal Return, employing the style of the aphorism sequence that he often uses. Part of this is translated in Blackwell Publ.'s The Blanchot Reader, but 'tis no substitution. This is the English translation you want, because it respects the integrity of the full sequence of references. Anyone who enjoys Blanchot or Nietasche will find this a treat.

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