By Jean-Pierre Martin
"Ne pas jamais se renier ? Rester fidèle à sa regimen, à sa marotte, voire à sa bêtise ? Ne pas se raviser ? Ne pas se dédire ? Pourquoi devrait-on toujours s’éprouver et se reconnaître identique à soi ? Quelle est los angeles légitimité de cette assignation au passé ? Nous sommes des êtres changeants et métamorphiques, pas des soldats de plomb.
Ce livre, qui prend sa resource dans l’expérience personnelle de l’auteur, envisage l’aventure des écrivains qui ont osé réinventer leur vie, voire en essayer plusieurs. Ce fut le cas en particulier pour Rousseau, Barthes, Duras, Gary ; Koestler, Gide, Vailland, Sartre, Nizan, Semprun, Leiris…Le « devenir autre » fut pour eux un défi, une nécessité tout à l. a. fois éthique, esthétique et existentielle.
Le geste qui consiste à briser une allégeance, à s’interrompre soi-même, à entrer dans une vita nova, on l’appellera ici : apostasie. On n’a pas fini d’en décrire los angeles beauté et l’audace."
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G. 'darkly luminous' (cf. D. H. Lawrence on 'Bavarian Gentians' in Last Poems: 'Bavarian gentians, big and dark, only dark / darkening the daytime torch-like with smoking blueness of Piu to's gloom'); of his addiction to invocations and to words for light and darkness and flight; and of his many repetitions of emotive words, 'a blood lust, a blood lust', etc. ', add to the picture of democratized Tragedy. In 1331-7 ('0 Night ... enormous') the line-division, but not the substance or the metre, varies from that of Stanford's Greek text.
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EUR. Orestes is speaking, isn't he, close to the tomb of his father, who is dead? AES. That's nothing but what I say. II40 EUR. n's hand' - was it that of which Hermes, he said, was the watchman? AES. No, no! he invoked not Hermes the CWd of Stealth but Nether Hermes, the Helpful, making this clear I Formal prologues are found in all but four of the extant Greek tragedies. They are spoken by one of the characters or by a divine being closely in touch with the events concerned. The prologist by explaining the situation out of which the plot develops gave useful help to the audience, for the myths on which plays were based had more than one version.