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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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Celan provides the most illustrative, if somewhat extreme example.
Amery was the author of a book called On Suicide, and Celan was a poet of agonizing incommunicability, and Kosinski's The Painted Bird was a surreal fantasia on themes of death and torture.
As Jackson is able to reply to her would-be silencers in this autobiographical account, Primo Levi in his memoirs and Paul Celan in poetry speak back and consciously critique the cultural code of "the naked damned.
He covers hunchbacked theology, post-Freudian psychoanalysis, and historical materialism; Benjamin's theses, Celan's realignments, trauma, and the Eichmann trial; Celan, Buchner, and the terrible voice of the meridian; Derrida, Celan, and the covenant of the word; Celan, Kafka, and the sound in the name; and Celan's poems for Eric.
Um frequentador desses encontros no salao de Nina Cassian era o futuro romancista Marin Preda (1922-1980), da mesma geracao de Celan e Solomon.
The following few paragraphs very briefly summarize the argument of my book, Western Art and Jewish Presence in the Work of Paul Celan.
In the more recent world of French letters, Henri Meschonnic is known for similarly bellicose reviews of translations (for example, his essay-review "On appelle cela traduire Celan" in which he denounces a certain translator's renditions of Celan into French as "barbaric" (2)).
Paul Celan (11/23/1920-5/1/1970) paranoia, plagiarism, depressed mood
Born in Czernowitz, the capital of the Bukovina (now part of the Ukraine and Romania), in 1920, Paul Celan grew up in a Jewish family that insisted on the young Paul receiving the best secular education --with the mother inculcating her love of the German language and culture--as well as knowledge of his Jewish roots.
Paul Celan era leitor de Martin Heidegger, e da Carta sobre o Humanismo.
Paul Celan squats in the book closet watching the word "mine"
It is interesting, for example, to learn who Celan was translating, say in 1958: Paul Eluard, Osip Mandelstam, and Sergei Yesenin.