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În laboratorul lui Blecher. Manuscrisul „Berck“

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Inside Blecher’s laboratory. The “Berck” Manuscript

The following study analyzes a manuscript which has been ascertained in 1983 by Nicolae Florescu to represent Blecher’s so-called „Berck manuscript”, a preliminary version of the novel Inimi cicatrizate (Cicatrized hearts). The main interest lies in what the author of the study calls „the narratalogical reconversion”, the shift from the „confession novel” (represented by this first version of the novel) to the „action novel” (which Cicatrized hearts
may quite accurately pretend to be.) Comparing these versions, the author concludes that Blecher has eventually decided to postpone the elaboration of a novel of „inner adventures”, choosing to focus on the sheer material provided by the dramatism of pure physiology.
Keywords: Romanian literature, Romanian interwar prose, M. Blecher, the „Berck manuscript”

Bibliografie
  • M. Blecher, Întâmplări în irealitatea imediată/Incidents in the immediate irreality, Craiova, Bucureşti, Aius, Vinea, 1999.
  • M. Blecher, mai puţin cunoscut/A less known M. Blecher, ed.îngr. Mădălina Lascu,Bucureşti, Hasefer, 2000.
  • Ms. Berck, caietele 1-5, fondul documentar al Muzeului Literaturii Române, Bucureşti. Nicolae Florescu, Profitabila condiţie/The beneficial condition, Bucureşti, Cartea românească, 1983.
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