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Eloge de I'Absent


Raise of the Absent

Behind the meaning stifled by the oblivion of things and events, by the fragmentation of duration, there is the figure and the fatal enigma of self-identity. Each life is first of all a silence, a postponement of the intimate word, the re verse of a voice, a "limbee" presence. Whoever decides to write about oneself knows well that his exercise is the temptation to take in the trap of words this silence, this setback, this limbo, this murmuring obscurity.