THE COMPAKATIST REVIEW ESSAYS RONALD BOGUE. Deleuze and the Arts. Three Volumes. * Volume I, Deleuze on Cinema, ? + 231 pp. + Volume II, Deleuze on Literature, ? + 213 pp. + Volume III, Deleuze on Music, Painting, and the Arts, xii + 221 pp. New York/London: Routledge, 2003. Ronald Bogue's "trilogy" on Gilles Deleuze may indicate the fulfillment of Foucault's prophecy: "But one day, perhaps, the century will be Deleuzian," as he stated in reviewing Différence et Répétition and Logique du sens, both published in 1969. Deleuze's work is arguably one ofthe few major interdisciplinary projects ofour time and more than deserves Bogue's analysis ofsuch intricate thinking. In his Introduction to Deleuze on Literature, Bogue emphasizes that the specificity that runs through the French philosopher's entire work resides in a text-generated thinking that deploys the logic of an aesthetic syncretism rather than that of systemic enclosure. In this light, the publication of this comprehensive three-volume investigation of Deleuze's thinking is meaningful beyond allaying any publisher's worry about a single, oversized tome. Deleuze imagined a direct and exclusive dialogue with each art, an exchange between the philosophical and the aesthetic investigation that leads to the shaping of
The Comparatist – University of North Carolina Press
Published: Oct 3, 2004
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