«[…] the hors-texte, what is outside the text, is also in the text, nestling in its folds: we have to discover it, and make it talk.»

Carlo Ginzburg, “Introduction”, in History, Rhetoric, and Proof (Hanover, NH: University of New England Press, 1999), p. 23 (pp. 1-37).

«[…] l’hors-texte, ciò che è fuori del testo, è anche dentro il testo, si annida tra le sue pieghe: bisogna scoprirlo, e farlo parlare.»

Carlo Ginzburg, “Introduzione”, in Rapporti di forza: storia, retorica, prova (Milano: Feltrinelli, 2000), p. 46 (pp. 13-50).


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