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035 _a(OCoLC)1139655771
050 _aPQ2664.A46
_bZ46 2020
100 1 _9816316
_aDaive, Jean.
245 1 0 _aUnder the dome :
_bwalks with Paul Celan /
_cJean Daive ; translated by Rosmarie Waldrop.
246 1 0 _aWalks with Paul Celan
260 _aSan Francisco, CA :
_bCity Lights Books,
_c2020.
300 _a189 p. :
_bill.
500 _aTranslation of: La Condition d'infini.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 21-27).
520 _a"Paul Celan (1920-1970) is considered one of Europe's greatest post-World-War II poets, known for his astonishing experiments in poetic form, expression, and address. Under the Dome is French poet Jean Daive's haunting memoir of his friendship with Celan, a precise yet elliptical account of their daily meetings, discussions, and walks through Paris, a routine that ended suddenly when Celan committed suicide by drowning himself in the Seine. Daive's grief at the loss of his friend finds expression in Under the Dome, where we are given an intimate insight into Celan's last years, at the height of his poetic powers, and as he approached the moment when he would succumb to the debilitating emotional pain of a Holocaust survivor. In Under the Dome, Jean Daive illuminates Celan's process of thinking about poetry, grappling with questions of where it comes from and what it does: invaluable insights about poetry's relation to history and ethics, and how poems offer pathways into a deeper grasp of our past and present. This new edition of Rosmarie Waldrop's masterful translation includes an introduction by scholars Robert Kaufman and Philip Gerard, which provides critical, historical, and cultural context for Daive's enigmatic, timeless text".
600 1 4 _9816317
_aDaive, Jean,
_xFriends and associates.
600 1 4 _9816318
_aCelan, Paul.
_xLast years.
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_aPoets, French
_y20th century
_xBiography.
650 4 _9797156
_aPoets, German
_y20th century
_xBiography.
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_aHolocaust survivors
_zGermany
_xBiography.
650 4 _9321110
_aPoetics.
650 4 _9626531
_aMale friendship.
650 4 _973416
_aLoss (Psychology)
700 1 _9816319
_aWaldrop, Rosmarie.
740 0 _aLa Condition d'infini.
776 0 8 _iOnline version:
_aDaive, Jean.
_tUnder the dome
_dSan Francisco, CA : City Lights Books, 2020
_z9780872868120
_w(DLC) 2020022280
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