Thomas the marvellous: Resurrection and living-death in Blanchot and Nancy
Providing an overarching interpretation of Thomas the Obscure and all of Blanchot's work, Nancy in La Déclosion presents a powerful reading of death and resurrection. It is only by privileging L'Espace littéraire and a certain interpretation of death, I suggest, that Nancy can argue for the mundaneness of resurrection rather than its "fantastic" or "miraculous" nature.
Saghafi, K. (2012). Thomas the marvellous: Resurrection and living-death in Blanchot and Nancy. Mosaic, 45 (3), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1353/mos.2012.0028