The Endless Theory of Days: The Art and Poetry of GAcrard Titus-Carmel seeks to set forth the case for the special, multiple genius of a man who, despite the experience of a biting melancholy resulting from loss, despite an 'indefectible feeling of estrangement from the world', despite, too, the corrosive sense of art's, of languages's, deceptiveness, has never lost sight of a curious duty to the shadows that haunt and that, with now a strangeness that smiles, yet beckon toward 'the very place, finally clarified and recognised, of pure evidence. [The place, ] that is, where beauty is named'. This place, GAcrard Titus-Carmel may feel, lies no doubt impossibly beyond the strict locus of his art and his writing, but it is a place he has struggled with dignity and unceasingly deployed energy to bring to a semblance of incarnation in a vast plastic and poetical oeuvre that has stirred, and will continue to stir, the minds and hearts of all those a from Derrida and Bonnefoy, Alain Robbe-Grillet and Pascal Quignard to Jacques Dupin and Marie-Claire Bancquart, and countless others a who have witnessed its exquisitely solemn unfolding over, today, more than forty years.III. Autres exercices da#39;ombre: following upon the eight near- perfect, 17-line 3- inch cubes of text constituting Le puits, ... Lacking all punctuation (as with Le puits ) except for the poema#39;s final full stop a indeed, once again, twelve make one, the ... As for the metric and stanzaic mathematics of this single yet multiple exercise a there are only two instances of rhyme, a we can note the following: the couplet dominates, with only two one-line stanzas and only one with four lines, there being aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Endless Theory of Days|
|Publisher||:||Rodopi - 2007-01-01|