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“A fear of death. ..Even if I hanged myself I would still not experience bliss. ..It seemed all so perfect before: contingency would be abolished, it was the dream of the perfect death. 23 more words

Case Solution for Northern Rush

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Case Name :      Northern Rush

Authors :           Elizabeth M.A. Grasby, Gregory Critchley

Source :             Ivey Publishing

Case ID :           W15176… 119 more words

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Case Solution for David E. White: Executive Direct Line

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      David E. White: Executive Direct Line

Authors :           Elizabeth M.A. Grasby, Gregory Critchley

Source :             Ivey Publishing… 91 more words

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Critchley Interview On Derrida in L.A. Review of Books

Critchley gives an interview on his thoughts on Derrida’s work and legacy. It’s at times opinionated, sometimes critical, but interesting nevertheless.

Link Below

https://lareviewofbooks.org/interview/exit-derrida

Out of Everywhere 2

From Reality Street & Emily Critchley, Out of Everywhere 2, linguistically innovative poetry by women in North America & the UK. Including writing by Sascha Akhtar, Amy De’Ath, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Andrea Brady, Lee Ann Brown, Elizabeth Jane Burnett, Mairéad Byrne, Jennifer Cooke, Corina Copp, Emily Critchley, Jean Day, Carrie Etter, Kai Fierle Hedrick, Heather Fuller, Susana Gardner, Susan Gevirtz, Elizabeth James/Frances Presley, Lisa Jarnot, Christine Kennedy, Frances Kruk, Francesca Lisette, Sophie Mayer, Myung Mi Kim, Carol Mirakove, Marianne Morris, Erin Mouré, Jennifer Moxley, Redell Olsen, Holly Pester, Sophie Robinson, Lisa Samuels, Kaia Sand, Susan Schultz, Eleni Sikelianos, Zoe Skoulding, Juliana Spahr, Elizabeth Treadwell, Catherine Wagner, Carol Watts, Sara Wintz, & Lissa Wolsak. 138 more words

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Critchley quote

“Life is a series of repayments on a loan that you didn’t agree to, with ever-increasing interest, and which will cost you your life — it’s a death-pledge, a mortgage.”

-Simon Crithcley

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