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Paul Goma. Adameva: Autoproiecţia eului creator (Partea a II-a)

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Paul Goma. Adameva: The Autoprojection of the Creative Self (Part II)

Representing a part of a large study, the text aims to illustrate the metamorphoses of the creative self, bending towards the inner conflict, resolved in the light of awareness. Paul Goma’s excess of sincerity is perceived as a sin, but he assumes the past equally with all its disappointments and achievements. In addition, he develops a whole theory on achrony, on flat time, rebuilding an identity, but having at the same time the function of a reply to the Communist System.

Thus, in the middle of the positive slope, we see the emergence of two parallel lines, visible and with no trace of disbelief, written in gold ink: personal history (personal tragedy) and general history (historical wave of events), the latter tending to destroy the first one by assimilating it without mercy. And perhaps, in the absence of a memory and a vigilant awareness, the disaster would be inevitable, but Paul Goma exercises his (paradigmatic) memory and testifies.

The author is aware that the reference to a particular time and space acknowledges a structure of existence. Thus he revives, by means of remembering and eidetically, the crucial moments of the life. However these are not just the moments of a single life and this fact honors him in the light of this balance of profit and loss: the narrator accounts, in fact, an entire historical period. He moves from I to the others and stays alive, according to Tzvetan Todorov’s happy assertion, not necessarily for the sake of living, but on account of having a support for memory and making it possible to be told.

Keywords: Paul Goma, Adameva, Lăteşti, creative ego, exemplary memory, vigilant conscience, human quality.

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