By Paul Celan, René Char

ISBN-10: 2072498848

ISBN-13: 9782072498848

Cette correspondance rapproche deux hommes, deux écrivains, et aussi deux lecteurs, bien qu’ils ne fussent ni de los angeles même langue ni du même monde ni du même âge. Leur voisinage, leur rencontre n’a en fait rien pour surprendre. L’échange entre René Char et Paul Celan semble aller de soi et apparaît d’emblée sous un jour des plus prometteurs ; il laisse augurer d’une certaine égalité des voix ; d’un discussion nourri d’expériences comparables : celui du poète du maquis de Provence avec le poète juif d’Europe orientale qui, contrairement à ses mom and dad, ne subira que les camps de travail roumains et échappera à los angeles computer d’extermination nazie. Tous deux connurent, jeunes, los angeles clandestinité, l. a. disparition de proches, le sentiment de l’imminence de l. a. mort, l. a. haine absolue des politiques mortifères.

Tous deux ont écrit et pensé dans des events extrêmes. Les poèmes de Celan nés dans les camps, qui constituent le socle de toute son écriture, sont encore, quand s’ébauchent leurs échanges, quasiment inconnus en France. Char et Celan ont trempé pour toujours leur parole dans ces multiples épreuves. Une parole qui devait assumer sa half vague, factor des méandres et des gouffres du siècle. L'obscurité de leur dire résulte de los angeles coagulation et de l’élaboration d’expériences limites, d’un passage par l’abîme et non d’un hermétisme délibéré, au sens d’un cryptage volontaire de quelque selected de préalablement clair, destiné à on ne sait quels initiés! C’est à travers le filtre ou l’optique des événements vécus que les deux poètes mettent à l’épreuve leurs lectures, s’approprient ce qu’il leur faut pour situer leur propre voix tôt fondée en nécessité.

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