Foucault’s Daughter: A Reader’s Response

Posted: July 16, 2011 in Scribbling On Foucault's Walls, Writing


Elise at Autobiography of A Soul has blogged about her reactions to Foucault’s Daughter. It doesn’t give the story away but her piece and our discussion does cover some of the issues raised in the book (and on this blog. I worry sometimes, dear readers if you get bored of me, and my ‘issues’!)

There is probably a lot more I could say in response to the response but it all can get rather naval gazing.

For a little while I’d quite like Foucault’s Daughter to stand on her own two feet without my interference. If that is in any way possible.

  1. z says:

    Navel, please. Not that there’s anything wrong with staring at sailors, and I’m sure that will come up here soon enough…

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