[texhax] follow-up to Radical Philosophy html file ref correction

Carlos linguafalsa at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 16:13:53 CEST 2018

Sorry. I must have missed double quote and also a
duplicate ref. Here's the latest git diff:

diff --git a/bolano_original.html b/Bolano/bolano_add_ref.html
index 88234c5..dd247fc 100644
--- a/bolano_original.html
+++ b/Bolano/bolano_add_ref.html
@@ -25,7 +25,8 @@ Argentine Ricardo Piglia) and postmagical realist (after, for example,
 the Paraguayan Augusto Roa Bastos) cognitive mapping. In doing so,
 <i>2666 </i>suggests, in a kind of high-modernist vein, an
 out-of-kilter realism re-presenting reality – that is, a capitalist
-world – gone awry.  Bolaño’s novel <i>2666</i> is an inorganic work
+world – gone awry. <a href="#fn2" id="fnref2" class="footnoteRef
+footnoteLink">[2]</a> Bolaño’s novel <i>2666</i> is an inorganic work
 written in five ‘parts’, a quintet that does not quite make a whole,
 and whose unity is given paradoxically in narrative proliferation and
 dispersal.  <a href="#fn3" id="fnref3" class="footnoteRef
@@ -115,7 +116,8 @@ throughout his work Bolaño reads through the overlapping militaristic
 and militant notions of the avant-garde.  The figures of Ernst Jünger
 and other soldier-writers are important here, such as the modernist
 Argentine poet Leopoldo Lugones and his proclamation ‘The Hour of the
-Sword’ of 1924.10 This is what Hans Reiter, the main soldier
+Sword’ of 1924.<a href="#fn10" id="fnref10" class="footnoteRef
+footnoteLink">[10]</a> This is what Hans Reiter, the main soldier
 character, also becomes: a writer, Archimboldi. The character’s name
 again underlines the significance of names to the novel; echoing too,
 perhaps, Malcolm Lowry’s ‘you are not a de wrider, you are a de
@@ -258,7 +260,8 @@ politics by other means) to produce not only his account of realism
 but also his classic, <i>The Historical Novel</i>, on which so many
 interpretations lean, including my own. With the emergence into
 dominance of Stalinism, Bolshevism was coming to an end through
-self-annihilation, culminating in the execution of Bukharin in 1938.19
+self-annihilation, culminating in the execution of Bukharin in 1938.<a
+href="#fn19" id="fnref19" class="footnoteRef footnoteLink">[19]</a>
 Indeed, throughout the later essays included in <i>History and Class
 Consciousness</i>, written between 1919 and 1923, and through each of
 the short chapters of his book <i>Lenin: A Study in the Unity of his
@@ -346,7 +349,8 @@ postconceptual literary compositional practice – here, Bolaño’s
 practice of aleatory ‘dis-order’ – it is necessary to begin by
 tracking the historical emergence and deployment in literary practice
 of the genres that have become its artistic materials, as well as its
-transmedial conceptual forms:25 here, ‘text’ (associated with
+transmedial conceptual forms:<a href="#fn25" id="fnref25" class="footnoteRef
+footnoteLink">[25]</a> here, ‘text’ (associated with
 post-structuralism), on the one hand, and the notion of narrative
 ‘transculturation’ (associated with the deployment of anti-colonial
 anthropology, including the ‘political’ transculturation of the

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