Why Counterfeit Money is a story of tobacco

A risky promenade (GT, 114-115) Derrida characterises his approach to Counterfeit Money, and his numerous digressions leading up to the final chapter, as a “risky promenade,” one which reflects the journey of the two friends in Baudelaire’s story.(114) He then seeks to justify his reading of Counterfeit Money as a story of tobacco, citing Baudelaire’s […]

via Why Counterfeit Money is a story of tobacco — Art & Theory Reading Group

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