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Paul Celan and Martin Heidegger : an unresolved conversation, 1951-1970

Author: James K Lyon
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Drawing heavily on documentary material - including Celan's reading note on more than two dozen works by Heidegger, the philosopher's written response to the poet's "Meridian" speech, and references to Heidegger in Celan's letters - James Lyon sheds light on this critical aspect of the poet's intellectual development and provides important insights into his relationship with Heidegger, transforming previous  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Paul Celan; Martin Heidegger; Paul Celan; Martin Heidegger; Paul Celan; Paul Celan; Martin Heidegger
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James K Lyon
ISBN: 0801883024 9780801883026
OCLC Number: 60589139
Description: xii, 249 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. The Repulsion and Attraction of Opposites --
Ch. 2. Approaching Heidegger in 1952-53 --
Celan Reads Being and Time --
Ch. 3. 1952-1954 --
"Connecting" with Heidegger --
Ch. 4. Earliest Traces of Heidegger in Celan's Works --
Ch. 5. 1954 --
The Imaginary Dialogue with Heidegger Begins. Celan's --
Ch. 6. 1954-1956 --
Doubts Grow and Problems Arise. The Relationship to Heidegger --
Ch. 7. 1957 --
More Appropriations from Heidegger The Principle of Reason --
Ch. 8. 1958 --
Drawing on and Withdrawing from Heidegger --
Ch. 9. 1959-1960 --
Mounting Cognitive Dissonance, Growing Independence --
Ch. 10. Heidegger as a Catalyst --
Celan Begins to Write His Own Poetics --
Ch. 11. 1960 --
The Meridian --
An "Implicit Dialogue" with Heidegger --
Ch. 12. 1960-1961 --
Responding to Heidegger while Descending into the "Loneliest --
Ch. 13. 1961 --
The Dialogue Continues --
Heidegger Reads Celan's Meridian --
Ch. 14. "An Epoch-making Encounter" Freiburg and Todtnauberg, 1967 --
Ch. 15. "Todtnauberg' and Its Aftermath --
Ch. 16. Heidegger's Thought and Language in Celan --
Similarities, Affinities, Borrowing --
Ch. 17. 1968-1970 --
Unresolved Contradictions --
The Last Years --
Ch. 18. A Conclusion of Sorts.
Responsibility: James K. Lyon.
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Explores the troubled relationship and unfinished intellectual dialogue between Paul Celan and Martin Heidegger. This book centers on the persistent ambivalence Celan, a Holocaust survivor, felt  Read more...

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Lyon's study is a thorough and convincingly argued study... one that will undoubtedly provide the basis for future studies of the relationship between the poet Celan and the philosopher Heidegger. -- Read more...

 
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