o these voices should be added that of Antonin Artaud, who was less roundabout: “I made my debut in litera- ture by writing books in order to say that I could write nothing at all. My thoughts, when I had something to say or write, were that which was furthest from me. I never had any ideas, and two short books, each seventy pages long, are about this profound, inveterate, endemic absence of any idea. These books are l’Ombilic des limbes and le Pèse-nerfs.” 20 The consciousness of having something to say as the consciousnes
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