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Want to Read saving…. Second, he unifies philosophy and poetics, yielding a dual method that proves more effective than either individually.

Jun 16, Clarence rated it liked it Shelves: You can’t be this sentimental and take yourself this seriously. There’s a strong current of oh my goodness, that’s exactly how it feels that runs through the text for me, and in the end what I find most marvelous is simply that Bachelard manages to bring you so exactly into a shared world of experience. Una de las grandes obras de Bachelard. If you are a seeker in the realm of man’s psyche then your thirst will not be left parched.

His evidence is various extracts from poetry in which his images seem to be functioning in the same way – but it strikes me that diligent research could probably turn up any number of counter-examples. There are other ways of drawing out the secrets we keep but don’t know, but at times that’s the project of poetry itself. This book is an incomplete catalog of images of place. The Poetics of Space is mainly concerned with the dialectic between these regions of the imagination and the places in which they are nurtured and developed.

These initiators and signifiers are universally ordinary. For example, at loot. Borrowing Bachelard’s seminal point of contact, his Poetics remains half-open.

La Poetica del Espacio

I read this book while en route to Las Vegas for a family gathering. Talking about what you learned from this book is hard, partially because that initial transfer of energy and excitement is the main thing.


A geometrical object of this kind ought to gaaston metaphors that welcome the human body and the human soul. Oct 19, Brandy rated it it was amazing. Toscanini was her hero!

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It is in response to silence that words, and therefore humanity, takes form. It makes sense then that he uses poets and writers as the basis for his study of intimate spaces. Forgive me if that sounds either lazy or willfully ignorant, but I don’t feel the need to pretend I can wrap my head around everything he said, especially in translation, and I think that the book is strengthened, not weakened, by the fact that the most beautiful and elegant things he has to say stand on their own so completely.

Memory and the unconscious assure that we deposit fragments of ourselves behind that intermittently send reports out from the oblivion of bachelad there is always something lingering of our past worlds that speaks to and helps us to construct our current one.

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To inhabit oneirically the house we were born in means more than to poeticz it in memory; it means living in this house that is gone, the way we used to dream in it.

He makes you more conscious of, not just your mind, but your mind’s movement, your mind’s happiness.

I liked his discussion of the nachelard of being drawn into a book or poem, of making it your own; it gave me hope for more. Unbelievably, the couple ended up buying the house, just in time for the birth of their first child.

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La Poetica Del Espacio by Bachelard, Gaston

He talks about resonance, reverberations, and all the sorts of ways nooks and crannies, locks, shells home for t This book is a distillation of how our imaginations are formed and extended along the lines of the spaces we inhabit. I know bachelwrd is a classic, but it read like a drunk man monopolizing conversation at dinner. We hardly know where to situate this silence, whether in the vast world or in the immense past.

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The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard

Sep 13, Rachel rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: My hopes for an intelligent reading of intimate and public spaces were deel by Bachelard’s constant quoting of Rilke and endless pages about snails in their shells. If you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots. The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard. It is like a value that dominates, in bacgelard of minor states of being, in spite of a disturbed world.

I live in the American Southwest, and images of basements and attics and forests don’t speak to my home. If something exists in the realm of the imagination, it exists with no further need of validation.

It should beware of the privileges of evidence that are the property of geometrical intuition. Jun 22, Geoff rated it it was amazing Shelves: To ask other readers questions about The Poetics of Spaceplease sign up.