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Haroldo would read a line of a poem and would say later, "No. It's better this way, this way. There is only one thing I want to say. Viktor Duvakin taught at the University of Moscow and talked to Bakhtin freely - a one-to-one conversation - with a tape recorder. It is an important work, but, at the same time, unsatisfying.
Duvakin left out fundamental issues of Bakhtin's work. As a professor of Russian literature, of Russian poetry, he focused a lot on the poets of the beginning of the 20th century and was not concerned about other issues. As Bakhtin was a contemporary of those poets, he was fascinated by the work of Vyacheslav Ivanov and others, especially the symbolists.
Duvakin focused on symbolist poets and made questions especially about them. This is important, but by focusing on that, he ended up not asking questions about fundamental issues, such as the relationship between dialogism and dialectics.
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This is a fundamental issue. How did Bakhtin understand dialectics? The issue of Hegelian dialectics. It is evident that Bakhtin wanted to polemicize with Hegel. In Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics , he attacks some Hegelian interpreters of Dostoevsky, and he does it very specifically so as not to address the general problem, which, by the way, was not the case.
But he never elaborated on his own conception. We can see in his work that he was against Hegelian dialectics. It's evident that he wants to join in the discussion, but he doesn't.
He seems to be willing to join in the discussion on Hegelian dialectics, but he never does. And Duvakin leaves this out. I found it very odd. And what if you had the opportunity to have a conversation like that with Bakhtin? The first thing I would have asked was about the relationship between dialogism and polyphony and dialectics.
How did Bakhtin understand this relationship? He avoids discussing dialectics. He is openly contradictory, and it doesn't bother him if he has to change his opinion. Reading becomes difficult with all those contradictions. You have to pay close attention to what you're reading and read it several times until you find his line of thinking The reader is the one who has to make the effort to understand, isn't it?
But you also state that we need a discipline of reading in order to read Bakhtin. Many times, there is an issue in a book that has been addressed in a prior book. He is not an easy writer. Some of his texts are very difficult.
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This is the case with Toward a Philosophy of the Act The reading exercise we ended up doing today involves basically trying to recreate a line of thinking that emerged in the manuscript Toward a Philosophy of the Act. When you told me about your visit to Bakhtin, in his house, and saw all those manuscripts stacked on the shelves, I started to imagine that he would probably get one and add things to it.
This becomes very explicit in his notes. Maybe this shows that we should be careful and take into account everything that belongs to the great work. Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics. Translated by Caryl Emerson. University of Minnesota Press, The multiplicity of focuses.