Tag Archives: Emily L.

November 19

Emily L. – Marguerite Duras and the agony of words. (Book Review)

Her body, hidden before, is now visible, visible in its mortality. Her body is dressed like a girl’s, in the worn out clothes of youth; on her fingers, the diamonds and gold of her people in Devon. But under the dresses and the skin, death is naked; under the eyes, too, with their pure, shy […]