The Little Book of Unsuspected Subversion

The Little Book of Unsuspected Subversion Edmond Jabès Rosmarie Waldrop Edmond Jabès
  • Title: The Little Book of Unsuspected Subversion
  • Author: Edmond Jabès Rosmarie Waldrop Edmond Jabès
  • ISBN: 9780804726849
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Little Book of Unsuspected Subversion Edmond Jabès Rosmarie Waldrop Edmond Jabès The Little Book of Unsuspected Subversion The late Edmond Jabes was a major voice in French poetry in the latter half of this century An Egyptian Jew he was haunted by the question of place and the loss of place in relation to writing He foc
    The late Edmond Jabes was a major voice in French poetry in the latter half of this century An Egyptian Jew, he was haunted by the question of place and the loss of place in relation to writing He focused on the space of the book, seeing it as the true space in which exile and the promised land meet in poetry and in question Jabes s mode of expression has been variouslyThe late Edmond Jabes was a major voice in French poetry in the latter half of this century An Egyptian Jew, he was haunted by the question of place and the loss of place in relation to writing He focused on the space of the book, seeing it as the true space in which exile and the promised land meet in poetry and in question Jabes s mode of expression has been variously described a new and mysterious kind of literary work as dazzling as it is difficult to define, cascading aphorisms, a theater of voices in a labyrinth of forms The manner of his writing embodies the meaning of his writing Jabes s book is a manifesto not only of his own poetry, but of the most advanced critical poetry written during this century, one in which he engages in dialogue with some of its outstanding philosophers Blanchot, Levinas, and Derrida
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    About Edmond Jabès Rosmarie Waldrop Edmond Jabès


    1. The son of a Jewish family, he was brought up in Egypt, where he received a classical French education He began publishing in French at an early age, and was made a Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1952 for his literary accomplishments.When Egypt expelled its Jewish population Suez Crisis , Jab s fled to Paris in 1956, which he had first visited in the 1930s There he rekindled friendships with the surrealists although he was never formally a member of that group He became a French citizen in 1967, the same year that he received the honor of being one of four French writers alongside Sartre, Camus, and L vi Strauss to present his works at the World Exposition in Montreal Further accolades followed the Prix des Critiques in 1972 and a commission as an officer in the Legion of Honor in 1986 In 1987, he received France s Grand National Prize for Poetry Grand Prix national de la po sie Jab s s cremation ceremony took place a few days after his death at age 78 at P re Lachaise Cemetery.


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    1. This book contains two types of lines.Lines which are brilliant.Lines whose brilliancy have not yet penetrated my thick skull.And a thinning within.Thus I reserve a starfor the stars to comeas my eyes adjustto the night clearing.

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    2. L incompiuto come sovversione del pensiero L oblio come sua origine Hai opposto Dio a Dio, il Pensiero al Pensiero, il Libro al Libro, e li hai distrutti cos l uno attraverso l altro eppure Dio sopravvive a Dio, il Pensiero al Pensiero, il Libro al Libro E proprio nella loro sopravvivenza continuerai a provocarli Al deserto segue il deserto, come alla morte la morte Eternit insensibile Il cielo scompare nel cielo e il mare nel mare senza seminare il minimo turbamento e senza destare compassione [...]

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    3. La scrittura una scommessa con la solitudine Flusso e riflusso della non quiete Essa pure riflesso d una realt riflessa, colta nella sua rinascita, una realt della quale andiamo costruendo l immagine, nel cuore dei nostri desideri confusi, nel cuore dei nostri dubbi p 46

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    4. Wisdom from desert land with lots of references to sand.

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    5. why the hell is it that we long for the order of things

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