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133. 2. , p. 136. Emphasis in original. OCTOBER79, Winter1997, pp. 49-68. Translation? 1997 OctoberMagazine,Ltd. and MassachusettsInstitute of Technology. 50 OCTOBER stop being a language of address, a "speaking to," and transform itself into a "speaking with" that, like the Mallarmean Book, is no longer identified exclusively with either the author or the reader-spectator, but becomes the work of everyone. 3An art transcending art, Situationism is characterized by its invisibility, by its irreducible opposition to all forms of representation, of spectacle.

This is not, I would argue, the way that Memoiresshould be read. 24. Greil Marcus, "GuyDebord's Memoires:A Situationist Primer,"in On thePassage,p. 128. AsgerJorn and Guy Debord. Pagefrom Memoires. 1958. AsgerJorn's Avant-Garde Archives 45 mulation of past moments: "on the deserted streets," "in the quarter," Memoires gives us where, when, and how but not what. "25 Alienated from the originary sites that it translates, the book becomes its own structural space with specific material conditions.

All citations from the 3. twelve issues of this journal are from this edition and are hereafter cited in the text by issue number and page number. La veritablescissiondans l'Internationale(Paris: Champ Libre, 1981), pp. 79-80. 4. 51 Angels of Purity because popular, and popular because invisible. It realizes itself in the people, all the more so because the latter, like Mallarme's crowd, is slow to speak its mind: the populace lacks Situationism but lives it in the form of something it lacks, but needs in order to make its will known.

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