Neither Guattari nor myself are very attached to the pursuit or even coherence of what                                                           we 
write. We would hope for the contrary, we would hope that the follow-up to Anti-Oedipus 
breaks with what preceded it, with the first volume, 
and then, 
                                         if there are things
                                               that don’t 
work in the first volume, it doesn’t matter. I mean that we are not among those authors who 
think of what they write as a whole that must be coherent; if we change, fine, so there’s no 

Deleuze speaking  on  a   Deserted Island