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Trivium - Estudos Interdisciplinares

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FINGERMANN, Dominique. A voz do poema: Ecos de Maurice Blanchot. Trivium [online]. 2013, vol.5, n.2, pp.33-38. ISSN 2176-4891.

The voice of the poem appears in their intermittences, presentified as hiatus, insurrection, impertinence. The poem is paradigmatic of the litter-rature (litter-rature) does happen, the risk of the letter: the poem release lalangue and sticking language, with their language breaks, ellipses, pirouettes providing better access to that voice from the distant, otherworldly the pleasure principle. This paper covers the work of Maurice Blanchot (1907-2003), "... novelist and critic. Your life is entirely devoted to literature and the silence of its own", in order to extract the voice that makes poem. The voice, the breath and its modulations, support and transmits the body poem that each one is, on principle, to the beginning of any conversation. "Ask the poets!" Freud suggested finishing his lecture on femininity. "I am poem" launches Lacan, thus indicating the way to the end of analysis that, oddly enough, is the means: but it is necessary to bump and cash it reduced to the sayings "poem that does mean less beast".

Keywords : Maurice Blanchot; voice; poem; say; risk; letter.

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