> I am interested in what film-philosophy people today think about ARG,
barthes has a pop at him -- in, i think, "the grain of the voice".
and eco has a good anecdote about him in "the open work": a shaken A R-G, having just alighted from a plane that almost crashed,
talked to a waiting reporter and told the story with a linear structure (smooth flying, sudden engine problems, falling to earth, successful
crash landing) - thus, concluded the reporter, we see that A R-G's novels as essentially those of a poseur...
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