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Antonio Patraş, Eugen Lovinescu şi „metoda“ lui Proust

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E. Lovinescu and Proust’s “method”

The present study delineates the specific means of trafficking Proust’s innovative method within the boundaries of the Romanian literature. Consequently, we referred to the theoretical displays of the most prominent modernist critics and writers (namely, E. Lovinescu and Camil Petrescu), so as to illustrate the way in which the Romanian personalities most “wired up” to the Western movement of ideas managed to give a personal interpretation for the concept of “involuntary memory”. Although Proust appeared to advantage the involuntary memory as a fertile means of creation revolving unconscious movements after been moved forward by a sensory stimulus, yet exclusively a musical stimulus (not also a visual one, because the image as such cannot trigger re-minding), the French writer did not dismiss the voluntary memory. In fact, he considered that only the volitive process employs the consciousness to frame a spatial image of time (as image). Unfortunately, equally Lovinescu and Camil Petrescu translated Proust’s notes on the two types of memory into a Manicheist vision that privileges either sensibility and involuntary memory (Camil Petrescu), or reason and voluntary memory (Lovinescu). However Proust’s mind on mind is quite integrative and states the necessity of translating time into image, that is, spatial representations, which altogether have drawn the hypothesis of a novel “architecture”.

Keywords: voluntary memory, involuntary memory, unconsciousness

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