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Esta edição bilingüe de Paul Celan, traz ao leitor a oportunidade de apreciar uma das opções poéticas mais radicais da literatura contemporânea. O poeta tem como horizonte a Europa do pós-holocausto e o leitor poderá sentir aqui o peso de uma escrita densa em sua angélica tarefa de redenção dos mortos. Uma poética que levou o filósofo Adorno a afirmar: 'A dor perene tem ta ...more
192 pages
Published 2009 by Iluminuras
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Poet, translator, essayist, and lecturer, influenced by French Surrealism and Symbolism. Celan was born in Cernăuţi, at the time Romania, now Ukraine, he lived in France, and wrote in German. His parents were killed in the Holocaust; the author himself escaped death by working in a Nazi labor camp. "Death is a Master from Germany", Celan's most quoted words, translated into English in different wa ...more
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