La Fin des Temps. Temps et salut dans les fictions de Mircea Eliade et Michel Tournier

Daniela Mirea


Literature rooted in myth, the prose of the two writers is structured around the downfall-redempti on axis. In their view, the adamic fall means living in Time. Approached from the angle of primordial authenti city, existi ng in ti me is practi cally an ontological non-enti ty, which means that historical existence is devoid of the authenti c, profound and plenary dimension of the paradisiacal beginnings of humanity, any sacred reference being eliminated. Oblivion, amnesia, slumber, rootlessness are parameters of this desacralised world that is nevertheless off ered a chance of redempti on through the initi ati c regaining of adamic memory.

Słowa kluczowe: ti me, downfall, oblivion, amnesia, rootlessness

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