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To repeat Derrida’s terms, these essays always aﬃrm that the “texture” of texts makes any assemblage of them a “basted” one, i.e., permits only the kind of fore-sewing that emphasizes the necessary spaces between even the ﬁnest stitching. In practical terms, I would suggest a “basted,” well-spaced reading of Writing and Diﬀerence. Instead of reading through the book as a uniﬁed, well-sewn volume, one could follow both its arguments and its design in a way that would make them more comprehensible by choosing any of the essays to start with, and by reading the major works it refers to. (
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- (no access) - Writing_and_Difference__Routledge_Classics_.pdf, p16
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