Stark, necessary and not permanent:Huts in the work of J. H. Prynne and Paul Celan

Thomas, Nicola (2016) Stark, necessary and not permanent:Huts in the work of J. H. Prynne and Paul Celan. German Life and Letters, 69 (3). pp. 350-364. ISSN 0016-8777

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Abstract

This article examines the motif of the hut in the work of Paul Celan and J. H. Prynne as a metaphor for poetry which also mediates the relationship between poetry, language and place. Both Prynne's and Celan's use of the hut motif intersects with the role played by huts in work by Martin Heidegger, but this article demonstrates, through close reading of poems by Prynne and Celan, that each develops Heidegger's understanding of the hut further, with reference to the ethical imperatives which underpin linguistic (and especially poetic) production.

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Journal Article
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German Life and Letters
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167480
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17 Mar 2022 16:45
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