deprivatized zoneTo awaken from the dream, we must learn to read it as a text; but to become such readers, we must distill from it a language that is outside it as well as inside. Only through a language born in the deprivatized zone of quotation, a political language finally adequate to the mystifications of capitalism, can we acknowledge and confront the alarming identity between the text of the nineteenth century and that of the twentieth.

 

georgie grace