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Heterologies: Discourse on the Other Reviews
Certeau's writings Heterologies illustrates the diverse concerns that inform from the Freudian novel history and literature, psychoanalysis...
de Certeau is a fount of knowledge and takes his rhetorical method to ends I could never expect (his essay on Jules Verne and Maps was astoundingly brilliant). Not exactly Deleuzean, but close in some ways, I loved it.
The two essays on Foucault in this book lay out Foucault's project better than any other short summary I have ever encountered. I highly recommend them. The rest of the book is also good but for different reasons.
not really working for me, this collection of essays. topics range across psychoanalysis, post-colonialism, historiography. some thoughtful comments on foucault, though it is more in the way of popularizing Foucault's more well known arguments than building on them, in my opinion.