THE SEATED SCRIBE
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Georges Haldas, aside from the French formalisms, gives to the poetry of the second half of the 20th century its orientation. If his writing finds its roots in the poetic emotion and in the state of poetry, his concept of testimony leads him to consider man in his metaphysical and anthropological dimensions. From this perspective, he develops a new concept of humanism based on this very relation.
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