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Silence is far more abundant than language, but even small amounts of language contain more than silence. His section on “intimate immensity” in Baudelaire’s poems is just beautiful. If you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots. This book, despite its popularity with architects, is gzston what it says on the label: Transient cookies are kept in RAM and are deleted either when you close all your browser windows, or when you reboot your computer.
La Poetica del Espacio (English, Spanish, Paperback)
As an adult pairing to my favorite childhood book “The Little Princess,” by Frances Hodgson Burnett, this book similarly relishes its own reveries as rich ends unto themselves while also examining the important inversions of the poetic image as sustenance.
That’s a pretty thorny statement to try to try clarify, so let me try to stay with the text: Every nook and cranny, every secret, mystical corner, each minute detail of your home and of the enthralled childhood you once enjoyed would flood your heart with a forgotten, Elysial joy Want to Read saving….
Topoanalysis has become a seminal aspect of my reading as well as my writing. But we do know that it comes from beyond a wind that dies down or a rain that grows gentle.
He brings the image to the very limit of what he is able to imagine. The book is about space and the philosophy of it.
I used to retain a vivid and unmistakable memory of lying in bed as an infant in a dark, warm room and hearing the two ominous and mysterious-sounding double booms – first low-pitched, then even lower – of a nearby fog horn. Indeed, immensity is the movement of the motionless bchelard. Showing of 2 reviews.
Please try again later. He doesn’t care if you get the jargon of phenomenology; he just wants you to feel at home. I know this is a classic, but it read like a drunk man monopolizing conversation at dinner. It’s very very French, full of “we” and assumptions, and I find myself protesting at bachflard this business about cellars and attics and how hurricanes make homes more comforting–I’m a Dl, and we don’t have cellars or attics, though we do have hurricanes, real ones, which often do not make homes more comfortable.
It’s rare and refreshing to see a philosopher write with grace and a sense of wonder and delight. They are more bound in space than they are in time for Bachelard: I definitely feel that I got stronger as a writer as a result of the time I put into reading this espaacio.
View all 7 comments. The window which opens to a sea of faces at dusk, an assurance that life moves on irrespective of lingering darkness.
La Poetica del Espacio : Gaston Bachelard :
The Poetics of Space is a prism through which all worlds from literary creation to housework to aesthetics to carpentry take on enhanced-and enchanted-significances. This is less a work of systematic philosophy than a daydreamer’s scrapbook with lovely poetry snippets pasted in. Bachelard notes that we are warm and toasty in our homes because it’s cold outside. The most interesting section, far and away, is the introduction.
Not al I definitely feel that I got stronger as a writer as a result of the time I put into reading this book. Its prime reality is visible and tangible, made of well hewn solids and well fitted framework. The vast majority of the book is spent in this image analysis, and is pretty hit and miss.
Though I’ve read this book a few times to capture the nuances of Bachelard’s analyses, I still can’t say I have a good grasp on the content to write a wholesome review worthy of its content. What is marvelous about it, though, is that you don’t need to understand most of it to get a great deal of pleasure out of the best of it. Which is a strong assumption at the foundation of this book, giving it a whimsical and almost quaint, but also charming feel–that the imagination is the seat of comfort, pleasure, and interior enjoyment.
But what is unspeakable is also exactly where poets must venture forth a primitive utterance. The Poetics of Space is mainly concerned with the dialectic between these regions of the imagination and the places in which they are nurtured and developed.