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By Pascale Casanova

Et si Beckett n'avait dû sa consécration qu'à un malentendu si insistant que seule une révolution de sa lecture pouvait restituer l. a. révolution qu'il a accomplie. Il arrive en effet que l'interprétation obligée et autorisée d'un travail littéraire, relayée par les dévots de los angeles mystique poétique, occulte l'immensité d'une oeuvre et en inverse le sens. Beckett a introduit en littérature une subversion aussi radicale que celle de Duchamp en artwork : il a inventé l'art littéraire abstrait. Entreprise si attentatoire aux credos de los angeles «profondeur» qu'on n'a su appliquer à son oeuvre que l'idée l. a. plus rebattue de los angeles poésie qu'il avait passé sa vie à refuser : « Ah, les vieilles questions, les vieilles réponses, il n'y a que ça! » ironisait-il. Au terme d'une enquête qui réintroduit l'histoire (Goyce, Yeats, l. a. littérature et l'Irlande...) au sein de cette oeuvre réputée los angeles plus natural », voici le portrait inédit de l'artiste en « abstracteur», inventeur des règles spécifiques de l'abstraction littéraire; et un démontage de sa combinatoire logique qui donne los angeles clé des énigmes les plus obscures du Dépeupleur ou de Cap au pire. Comme dit Beckett : «Encore. Dire encore. Soit dit encore. Tant mal que pis encore. Jusqu'à plus mèche encore. Soit dit plus mèche encore.»

À propos de Pascale Casanova
Pascale Casanova enseigne l. a. littérature à Duke college. Elle est l’auteur au Seuil de Beckett l’abstracteur. Anatomie d’une révolution littéraire (1997) et de l. a. République mondiale des lettres (1999, et « issues » n° P607, édition revue et corrigée), qui a été traduit dans une douzaine de langues.

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Lynn Montross described Obong-ni Ridge, soon dubbed No-Name Ridge by the marines, as resembling “some huge prehistoric reptile,” 46 with its head overlooking Tugok and its long body sprawling southeast for a mile and a half. This giant serpent was to become the site of the marines’ bloodiest battle of the peninsula war. Lieutenant Colonel Harold S. M. on August 17. Time magazine correspondent James Bell watched the marines move up the hill and wrote: Hell burst around the leathernecks [marines] as they moved up the barren face of the ridge.

Soldiers who had been bound and raked with burp-gun (submachine gun) bullets. Roy E. Appleman, an official army historian, described the NK atrocity: The boys lay packed tightly, shoulder to shoulder, lying on their sides, curled like babies sleeping in the sun. Their feet, bloodied and bare, from walking on rocks, stuck out stiffly. . All had hands tied behind their backs, some with cord, others with regular issue army communication wire. 53 Such atrocities by the North Koreans were by no means 61 62 KOREA 1950: PUSAN TO CHOSIN A South Korean soldier comforts a wounded friend before he is evacuated for medical treatment.

If we heard something, we went the other way. 34 The First Six Weeks When the survivors of Task Force Smith reassembled at Taejon several days later, five officers and 148 enlisted men were missing from their ranks and presumed dead, missing, or captured. S. battle death of the Korean War. The battle cost the North Koreans 42 dead and 85 wounded. Four NK tanks were either destroyed or immobilized. Tiny Task Force Smith had succeeded in delaying the enemy advance for about seven hours. ” 35 A monument at Osan still marks the site of that battle.

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