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Celan

Paul, real name Paul Antschel. 1920--70, Romanian Jewish poet, writing in German, whose work reflects the experience of Nazi persecution
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por el holocausto del universo interior de Celan a una aparicion que deviene en representacion, una representacion que deviene en encarnacion, una encarnacion que deviene en un cuerpo, un cuerpo que deviene en un texto, un texto que deviene en una lectura, una lectura que deviene en la aparicion del universo interior de Celan.
Bem ou mal, tanto Heidegger quanto Celan, em diferentes proporcoes e com diferentes procedimentos, entenderam que a crise do homem estava diretamente ligada aos processos tecnologicos e industriais.
Haar kwesbaarheid het ook tot gevolg gehad dat sy met haar hele hart probeer het om Paul Celan se simpatie te wen vir haar manier van skrywe en haar pogings om die gebeure in die kampe te verwoord in suiwer en waardige poesie.
Adorno and Celan demarcate a limit-case: a possibility beyond which one cannot go and which, in the absence of other hope, seems a purgatory between outrage and resignation.
8) Bak and Celan are students of this perspective, and they use "fancy" and the "forbidden" to depict the completely illogical events of WWII.
The texts are taken from the poet Paul Celan, who says his "own mouth was opened" by the holocaust.
They confronted Derrida's views with positions of philosophical predecessors such as Rosenzweig, Levinas, Celan, and Scholem, and they traced the confluences between deconstruction and Kabbalah.
Alessandro Carrera, Lo spazio materno dell'ispirazione: Agostino, Blanchot, Celan, Zanzotto.
Dandelion, so green is the Ukraine," wrote Paul Celan, whose parents died in a camp there.
More than any poet, Paul Celan has been aware of the need to avoid repeating the rhetorical structures of the brutalized imagination.
The Shankmans traveled to Paris last year to meet Brunschwig after learning about her collages of poems by Paul Celan, a well-known European lyric poet who wrote about his own experiences in the Holocaust.
Selected Poems and Prose of Paul Celan, translated by John