Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Kafka; Toward a Minor Literature

14 October 2019

And it is not enough to say that the assemblage of enunciation produces the statement as a subject would; it is in itself an assemblage of enunciation in a process that leaves no assignable place to any sort of subject but that allows us all the more to mark the nature and the function of the statements, since these exist only as the gears and parts of the assemblage (not as effects or products).

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