by Maggie Nelson
Editor: Melville House UK
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An intrepid journey beyond the boundaries of Maggie Nelson’s last reflection on love, language and family Nelson Les Argonautes’s last reflection on love, language and family is a kind of folding memory, a work of “autotheory” fresh, ferocious, and timely reflection on the desire, identity, and limitations and possibilities of love and language.In its center is a novel: the story of the author of the relationship with the artist Harry DodgeThis story, which includes Nelson’s intention to fall in love with Dodge, which is fluidly gender-specific, as well as his journey to and through pregnancy, offers a testament to the complexity and joys of the family’s (queer) life.Writing in the minds of intellectuals such as Susan Sontag and Roland Barthes, Nelson’s writing in the minds of the public like Susan Sontag and Roland Barthes, Nelson combines his personal experience for a rigorous exploration of this emblematic theorist said about sexuality, sex, and the thorny institutions of marriage and child educationNelson is the insistence on the radical of individual freedom and the guarding value becomes the rallying cry of this thoughtful, assumed, uncompromising book.
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