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Aiden Jones
Aiden Jones

Dungeon Defense Web Novel Translation



The difficulty of escaping such a prison-house--luminously revealed to August Feldner by Number 44 at the end of The Mysterious Stranger--is compounded in a world of translation that is, in Derrida's phrase, commanded but forbidden. (5) Linguistic diversity can imply but never disclose the presence of an "untranslatable," Derrida's figure for the tout autre, for whose arrival we can only stoically wait. (6) From the perspective of such a bleakness, Twain's novel is also readable as a de Manian allegory of reading, dramatizing the blindness or disingenuousness of its writer, de Conte, whose apparent hagiography may just as easily conceal deep duplicity. Behind this fioundering we may catch a glimpse of the futility of all writers' dreams of representing the other--whether that alterity is understood as the mind of another person or as the sacred. In any case, Joan of Arc' s complex narrative technique has far-reaching implications for reading the Bible and for the discourses of patriotism that Twain is supposed to have endorsed vociferously. Nevertheless, there may also emerge from the novel's pervasive undecidability another possibility--that Joan may, after all, hold forth the prospect of embodying some ultimate Derridean tout autre; however, any such redemptive interpretation--one of several, including Joan's madness--may in the end prove more unsettling than the sturdier "innocence" for which she has hitherto won the praise of de Conte and Twain's critics.




Dungeon Defense Web Novel Translation


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