This article tries to show how, in the works of René Ka-lisky, the original trauma of his father’s deportation creates a form of writing in which Jewishness necessarily associates with the awareness of death. In Jim le téméraire, the Jew seems to need his executioner in or-der to define himself: Kalisky adopts a form of paradoxical writing about Jewishness, governed by “hauntology” and “hontology”. In Falsch, the playwright manages to mourn for the past, through preterition, a form of writing typical of his generation: however, while the text denies the possibility of an artistic representation of the horror, it finally suggests that the survivor will have the opportunity to understand the suffering of the lost and to accept his own insufficient Jewishness.
|Titolo:||L’écriture génocidaire entre Jim le téméraire et Falsch. Un infléchissement du paradoxe à la prétérition|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|