CR: The New Centennial Review 15, no. 3 cover
CR: The New Centennial Review 15, no. 3

Editors’ Note

Special Section: Literature and the Limit
Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, "The Abortion of Literature"

Brendan Corcoran, "'Antarctica' and Derek Mahon’s 'Topography of the Void'"

Tyler Williams, "How Faulkner Means Everything He Says: An Essay on James Baldwin’s Politics of Intentionality"

Sol Peláez, "Invaluable Literature: Eustasio Rivera’s La vorágine"

Michael W. Clune, "Can We Imagine Timeless Experience?"

Martin Hägglund, "Beauty That Must Die: A Response to Michael Clune"

Michael W. Clune and Martin Hägglund, "Time in Our Time: Clune and Hägglund Debating at Stanford"

Nicholas Heron, "What Is a Minister? Toward a Theory of the Instrumental Cause"

Fernanda Negrete, "Duras’s Césarée and the Subject of Love"

Aïcha Liviana Messina, "The Force and the Weakness of the Law: Grace and Disgrace in the Writing of Maurice Blanchot"
Publication Date: April 20th, 2018
236 pages