TWO HOLY COMMODITIES: THE PRACTICES OF FICTIONAL DISCOURSE AND EROTIC DISCOURSE (1985, 6,600 words)

Fictional  discourse  and erotic  discourse are approached, following Marx’s Grundrisse, as literary genres that are in capitalism also (often primarily) commodities. Sections: 1. Cognitive Discourse as Commodity: The Novum as Fashion; 2. Press and Sex: A Homology; 3. Cognition and Prostitution: Holy Commodity. Benjamin, Brecht, Poe and Tocqueville are used.

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