Maria Anabella GRAUR
Universitatea „Petru Maior” din Târgu-Mureș, Școala Doctorală de Litere, Științe Umaniste și Aplicate
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4 / 2018
Gherasim Luca. The Uprising of Oedipus. Towards a new language
Before 1945, Gherasim Luca, a member of the Surrealist Group of Bucharest, outlined a framework for his non-oedipal vision of life and published a number of texts (essays, prose poems and theoretical texts) emerged from this theory. In The Inventor of Love, A Wolf Seen Through a Loupe and The Passive Vampire, Luca stands up against the mutilating, oppressive power embodied by Oedipus residing in familial, social and biological structures of the human being.
Keywords: contemporary world literature, Gherasim Luca, Oedipal condition, trauma of birth, fear of death, Non-Oedipus, new language.