DEATH AT THE HORIZON: THE ABSENCE OF LANDSCAPE IN MANUEL DE FREITAS AND JUDE STÉFAN'S POETRY
The present paper aims at investigating the themes of landscape and death in the works of Manuel de Freitas (Portugal) and Jude Stéfan (France). This theme is, in both poetics, evocated by its absence, reporting hence with the theme of death. Such as thought by Michel Collot, the landscape theory is given in phenomenological relation with the horizon, presented by Heidegger in Dasein as always directed to the future as the accomplishment of a project or self-accomplishment, whose last horizon is death.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)
Publication date: January 1, 2009