- Title Pages
- Gibs auf!
- Give it up!
- Introduction: Irony on Occasion
OneFriedrich Schlegel and the Myth of Irony
TwoTaking Kierkegaard Apart: The Concept of Irony
ThreeModernity Interrupted: Kierkegaard's Antigone
FourReading Kierkegaard: To Keep Intact the Secret
FiveFear and Trembling: “Who is Able to Understand Abraham?”
SixSigns of the Times: Nietzsche, Deconstruction, and the Truth of History
SevenDeath in Venice: Irony, Detachment, and the Aesthetic State
EightTerrible Flowers: Jean Paulhan and the Irony of Rhetoric
NineOn Parole: Legacies of Saussure, Blanchot, and Paulhan
Ten“What is Happening Today in Deconstruction”
ElevenBewildering: Paul de Man, Poetry, Politics
- Coda: Dark Freedom in J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace
- Irony on Occasion
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