The paper poses the question about the corporeality of a liberary work.
In the first part, the discussion is focused on the issue of a body, based
on the phenomenological philosophy of Edmund Husserl and Maurice
Merleau-Ponty. The second part presents the concept of liberature or,
as it is often called, total literature. The last two sections are centred on
the problem of the two types of a liberary “body,” as well as on the
similarities between the phenomenological idea of the body and the
corporeality of a liberary text.