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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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Y cuando pregunto por su sentido tengo que reconocer que en esta cuestion tambien tiene algo que decir (mitspricht) la cuestion del sentido de las agujas del reloj (2) (CELAN, 2002, p.
If the Romanian-born poet Paul Celan were a compass point, he would be north.
Shes inserted the poet Celan's likeness into the smaller of the two, making him float above the company like a phantom.
Con el titulo de "La palabra lacerada" como imagen ilustrativa del "Celan" que Derrida nos ofrece en su lectura, pretendemos sugerir cierta relacion del lenguaje con el cuerpo; un lenguaje encarnado en el cuerpo mismo del poema; un lenguaje que no es ya meramente vehiculo, mediacion o reflejo de una realidad extralinguistica.
Not all did so explicitly, to be sure; but there is certainly a strong prima facie case to be made that these prominent Jews (Boos identifies them all as such) broadly contributed, if in sometimes supremely enigmatic ways (Celan), to the new memory culture.
Esther Cameron, Western Art and Jewish Presence in the Work of Paul Celan (Lanham, MD: Lexington Press, 2014), 307 pages.
Jean Amery, who survived Gestapo torture and Auschwitz, took an overdose of sleeping pills in 1978; Paul Celan, who spent the war in a slave labor camp in Romania and saw his parents murdered, drowned himself in the Seine in 1970; Jerzy KosiAski, who survived in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Poland, asphyxiated himself in a bathtub in 1991.
Paul Celan, in his poems "Psalm" and "Die Posaunenstelle," borrows specific elements from Jewish and Christian versions of Last Judgment texts and paintings.
La hermeneutica imposible en Eckhart, Silesiusy Celan. Barcelona: Fragmenta Editorial.