This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to
help me retain
information from the books I'm reading.
Source code on GitHub
term derived from heraldry; means "placed into abyss"
find in those texts miniature versions of Pnin's Russian doll structure, mise-en-abymes placed by Nabokov into his novel
within the formal model of mise-en-abyme
As with other mise-en-abyme endings (like that of "Octet")
on Good Old Neon
A mis-en-abyme of desire...
misspelling i think?
The mole offers the spy story its mise en abyme: their every act is at once real and false, an embodied double negative; they threaten at every moment to double or triple themselves
enraptured by a jouissance or mise-en-abyme which promises to shatter
The mise-en-abyme here produces a charge of the weird, both because of the scandal of an uncreated thing, and because of the twisted causality that has allowed such a thing to exist