By Jean-Pierre Richard
Los angeles poésie moderne "enfonce" le monde et l'esprit pour y appréhender un sens enseveli. Elle naît de l. a. profondeur a number of ; elle l. a. mime, l'anime et l'opère, comme physiquement, par le jeu de son langage.Ces essais, consacrés aux œuvres de Nerval, Baudelaire, Verlaine et Rimbaud, s'efforcent de saisir un second originel de l. a. création littéraire. Ils tentent d'analyser les quelques bonheurs d'expression à travers lesquels tout écrivain découvre sa voix et sa vérité d'homme.
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Poésie et Profondeur by Jean-Pierre Richard