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New Left Review I/218, July-August 1996

Dubravka Ugresic

The Confiscation of Memory

Shto by stalo vse ponjatno Nado nachat’ zhit’ obratno [1] These lines by the Russian avant-garde poet Aleksandar Vvedenskij contain the message that for everything to become comprehensible one should start living backwards.

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