Celan


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Celan

(ˈsɛlæn)
n
(Biography) Paul, real name Paul Antschel. 1920–70, Romanian Jewish poet, writing in German, whose work reflects the experience of Nazi persecution
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Now, Interim Poetics has published the final work in the collection, " Black Milk ," which calls out to Paul Celan, particularly the "black milk" from Celan's " Death Fugue, " where Celan disappears among the groups of migrating Syrians.
The Association said in a statement that it has come to know that the health condition of the abductee, Abdulelah Celan, a engineering-study student, had deteriorated due to severe torture and neglect of his health care in the political-security prison controlled by the coup in Sanaa.
Wife does billing uses quick books, CELAN FINANCIALS.
Paul Celan hovers above another circle like a colorless ghost.
Boos sets out to tell this story by closely examining a series of public addresses (mainly acceptance speeches for major German literary awards) given by Martin Buber, Paul Celan, Ingeborg Bachmann, Hannah Arendt, Uwe Johnson, Peter Szondi, Peter Weiss, and Theodor Adorno.
Jean Amery, who survived Gestapo torture and Auschwitz, took an overdose of sleeping pills in 1978; Paul Celan, who spent the war in a slave labor camp in Romania and saw his parents murdered, drowned himself in the Seine in 1970; Jerzy KosiAski, who survived in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Poland, asphyxiated himself in a bathtub in 1991.
Paul Celan, in his poems "Psalm" and "Die Posaunenstelle," borrows specific elements from Jewish and Christian versions of Last Judgment texts and paintings.
En un ensayo clarividente sobre Paul Celan y su modo poetico de introducir el ritmo, la lengua, la imagen, la palabra, Gadamer defiende el hermetismo de cierta poesia contemporanea como un rechazo al prosaismo y "la retorica de masas" introducida por los medios de comunicacion; como una reaccion casi logica de los poetas como Celan (Georg Trakl, el Rilke tardio, Stephan George, Gottfried Benn, Jose Angel Valente en Espana .
A Weak Messianic Power: Figures of a Time to Come in Benjamin, Derrida, and Celan
It added that units of the army also destroyed cars and vehicles loaded with big quantities of munitions for the terrorists in al-Mansoura, Mayer and Celan.
No outono de 1946, a redacao foi reforcada com a presenca de Petre Solomon (1923-1991), um poeta da mesma idade que Celan e que se tornaria um amigo para toda a vida.
196), and for the poet Paul Celan (see below) to struggle with a similar thought in his speech "The Meridian.