2010, English, Article, Other article edition: Irony Is Not Enough: Essay on my life as Catherine Deneuve (16 November 2010 - 20 November 2010) [Event Description]

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  • Irony Is Not Enough: Essay on my life as Catherine Deneuve (16 November 2010 - 20 November 2010) [Event Description]
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  • Based on the writing of Anne Carson in which language and image confront one another in a dislocated internal landscape. A writer imagines herself, as a lecturer, imagining herself as Catherine Deneuve, contemplating an intimate relationship with a female student, and the frailty of desire - how would it be done, if she were Catherine Deneuve.
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