Jabès, Franco-Egyptian poet, builds his own project around a way of thinking and writing which is presented as an incessant demand on the part of his countless imaginary rabbis. In fact the protagonists of his non-stories and of his non-poems are mostly imaginary rabbis who endlessly comment on the infinity of the question regarding very different issues, yet all converging, even when they seem to be asseverative, in tone and register in the forms of questioning. He never stopped to feel an exile, on behalf of all the others living instead in a detailed place. The real problem to solve is then, for the exile, the final and calming acknowledgment of such condition, after a long and painful inner path: and his literary writing is a living testimony of such a path.
“Il dedalo dell’interrogazione”. Considerazioni su Dal deserto al libro di Edmond Jabès Paideutika - Articoli digitale
Autore: Pinciroli Gianmarco
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