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  1. E. M. Cioran (2014). The New Gods. University of Chicago Press.
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  2. E. M. Cioran (1998). History and Utopia. University of Chicago Press.
     
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  3. E. M. Cioran (1998). The Temptation to Exist. University of Chicago Press.
     
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    E. M. Cioran (1992). On the Heights of Despair. University of Chicago Press.
    Born of a terrible insomnia--"a dizzying lucidity which would turn even paradise into hell"--this book presents the youthful Cioran, a self- described "Nietzsche still complete with his Zarathustra, his poses, his mystical clown's tricks, a whole circus of the heights." On the Heights of Despair shows Cioran's first grappling with themes he would return to in his mature works: despair and decay, absurdity and alienation, futility and the irrationality of existence. It also presents Cioran as a connoisseur of apocalypse, a (...)
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  5. E. M. Cioran (1975). A Short History of Decay. Distributed by Little, Brown and Co..
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  6. E. M. Cioran, Armel Guerne & Vincent Piednoir (eds.) (2011). Lettres (1961-1978). L'herne.
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  7. E. M. Cioran (1995). Tears and Saints. University of Chicago Press.
    " He asked himself if saints could be "the sources of tears' better light." "Who can tell?" he wrote in the first paragraph of this book, first published in Romania in 1937. "To be sure, tears are their trace.
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