Isidore Ducasse (Montevideo, Uruguay, 4 de abril de – París, Francia, 24 de noviembre de ), conocido como Conde de Lautréamont, fue un poeta de . Leia as melhores citações do autor Conde de Lautréamont. Isidore Lucien Ducasse, mais conhecido pelo pseudónimo literário de Conde de. Author: Comte de Lautréamont Author Record # ; Legal Name: Ducasse, Los cantos de Maldoror [Spanish] () [as by Conde de Lautréamont].

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Los cantos de Maldoror by Comte de Lautréamont (1 star ratings)

A lot of the conjugation got mixed up so first, second and third person points of view can all end up in one paragraph. But it’s not the shocking nature of it I ed loved. However if you’re intrigued by a book that could have been written by H. Apr 14, James rated it it was amazing. Jul 23, Joe rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is like the Bible in that respect – the sort of blasphemous lautreamong that Isidore Ducasse the actual author might have appeared to revel in.

Ignore the following baneful pen-pushers: That very conflict that leads Lacan to say there exists a drama for the scientist.

Retrieved 2 May Ducasse’s character becomes obsessed with an edition of Les Fleurs du Luatreamont in the novel, while taking a trip by train through Europe.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The author’s approach, and the nature of his topic, ensure that his writing will always remain somewhat mysterious and paradoxical. Traveller, when you pass near by me, do not address the least word of consolation to me, I implore you.


Maldoror and Poems

This question is now only of interest to theologians and historians and not to the intelligent general observer in an advanced Western culture which can more safely take this God-thing out of the political equation and just consider how banal the evil that men do is when looked at more closely. The following day he brought it back, enthusiastic as I had been.

After graduation he lived in Tarbes, where he started a friendship with Georges Dazet, the son of his guardian, and decided to become a writer. French Wikisource has original text related to this article: This book is incredible but the translation is really piss poor.

He describes what he sees and produces a darkly, sinister, interaction from them whilst at the same time the narrator tells us what Maldoror sees and does. The living conditions worsened rapidly during the siege, and according to the owner of the hotel he lodged at, Ducasse became sick with a “bad fever”. It has basically everything is that a good thing? In canto three, when God enters a brothel that was a former nunnery, it is just as much to humble the artist’s ego as it is to bring down God to the level of his own creation.

Maldoror is broken up into loosely related chapters xonde are sublime prose poems describing the thoughts, feelings, and ac The experience of reading Maldoror by Lautreamont is like having your head split open to have a skewed, demented reality directly attached to your synapses and neurons. However the challenge to the reader was thrown down within the first few pages. Maldoror has its moments where a page or passage grips but its incoherence and self-referencing as well as its internal debate with a late romanticism that is no longer an ‘issue’ for us today is mostly rather dull laitreamont the type of lautreakont it offers is no longer persuasive to a world of scientific precision in our understanding of the inadequacy of serial and child killers.


But we still chose to come down from on high and play in the mud. The constant parade of violence and brutality may be a bit wearing at times – similar to reading de Sade for example. Soon they called him their prophet. Was it a kind of reward? The artist Amedeo Modigliani always carried a copy lautrezmont the book with him and used to walk around Montparnasse quoting from it.

Frases de Conde de Lautréamont

Western literature, history of literatures in the languages of the Indo-European family, along with a small number of lauutreamont languages whose cultures became closely associated with the West, from ancient times to the present.

The writer dispatches with the lives of characters as easily as Maldoror shoots a drowning man swimming for shore, or manipulates the emotions of readers with the same calculating methods, both making clear the destructive nature of the creative process, but also ,autreamont the reader to identify with and take part in the action. When reading something of this sort, coming from this particular author, knowing what we know of the work he has previously produced, knowing his age and literary leanings, this should be an obvious caution: The lack of characters and any sort of progression can make the process of reading it seem a bit pointless as well.

The revolutionary insanity stalking the perimeters of the Victorian townhouse.

Complete and utter beautiful madness. The unpredictability of it kept me fascinated, it’s impossible to tell where this author will go next. Other pervasive themes include homosexualityblasphemyand violent lautreanontoften directed against children.