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Quad-Ratures: Visions graphiques dans la poésie de Gabriele Frasca

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Graphic visions in the poetry of Gabriele Frasca.The writing of Gabriele Frasca, critic and translator of Samuel Beckett in Italy, can be considered Beckettian in its approach, for it is a plastic approach where page and image, canvas and model try to coincide, or, at least, to reach one another ceaselessly. Following a literary and pictorial tradition dear to Beckett, Frasca indeed tries to create 'squared circles' where combinatory logic, language exhaustion or bilingualism (in the Mallarmean sense of this word, as 'défaut des languages') prevail. In such an approach, the necessity of a graphic form wins over any nominalism.

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