Summary: In this fascinating short book, Jacques Derrida ruminates on the photographical instant in the work of Jean-Fran ois Bonhomme. Confessing his ?passion for the delay,? Derrida reads photography as an experience of mourning made possible by the full daylight of Athens and its surroundings. The book presents Derrida at his best, as he travels to ancient sites, contemplates the city and technics, reads ships and Plato?ultimately writing a picture, if that is possible, of photography itse ...show morelf.? ?Sander van Maas, Utrecht University and University of Amsterdam ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 10
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