Andr du Bouchet: Po sie, langue, v nement


L'?uvre du po?te fran?ais Andr? du Bouchet (Paris, 1924 - Truinas, 2001) constitue un apport in?dit pour les recherches en linguistique et po?tique contemporaine. L'attention au dehors qui caract?rise une telle po?sie ne d?bouche pas sur une po?sie descriptive, objective ou r?f?rentielle, mais sur l'id?e que le rapport ? la r?alit? est invisible et global. Les herm?neutiques ph?nom?nologiques, rationnelles ou critiques (de Ric?ur ? Meschonnic ou Bollack) ne sont pas parvenues ? d?crire une ?uvre qui placerait le ...
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L'œuvre du poète français André du Bouchet (Paris, 1924 - Truinas, 2001) constitue un apport inédit pour les recherches en linguistique et poétique contemporaine. L'attention au dehors qui caractérise une telle poésie ne débouche pas sur une poésie descriptive, objective ou référentielle, mais sur l'idée que le rapport à la réalité est invisible et global. Les herméneutiques phénoménologiques, rationnelles ou critiques (de Ricœur à Meschonnic ou Bollack) ne sont pas parvenues à décrire une œuvre qui placerait le sens non dans la langue, mais à côté d'elle. L'œuvre d'André du Bouchet, fondée non sur une poétique de la présence, mais de sa rupture, non sur une poétique du lieu, mais de son emportement, non sur une poétique du sens, mais de sa dissolution, parviendrait au résultat paradoxal de replacer la réalité au cœur du langage, y compris dans ses manifestations les plus violentes. Eminemment historique, cette poésie fonderait le langage comme événement, mais cet événement ne serait pas assignable en tant que fait positif: il serait un phénomène global à la fois sans signe, paradoxalement observable et ouvertement efficient.
L'œuvre d'André du Bouchet resitue des questions initialement poétiques au centre de ce qui constitue le projet global des sciences humaines: décrire, fonder, interpréter.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789042036277
  • Publisher: Rodopi
  • Publication date: 1/4/2013
  • Language: French
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.43 (d)

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