Le Cantique des cantiques du roi Salomon à Umberto Eco
304 pages - avril 2003
Along with Genesis, the Song of Songs is the most commented book in the Bible. The most diverse readings have transformed this magnificent poem into an ethnological document, an erotic tale, a mystic fable, an ecclesiological essay or a song composed by King Solomon. The fascination these eight chapters have been instigating for two thousand five hundred years is so great that novelists and psychoanalysts continue to borrow their metaphors. Thirty-five authors have come together here to celebrate human and divine love through the figures of the beloved, who seek and seduce each other in the gardens of Palestine. Origen and Umberto Eco, Grégoire de Nysse and Hildegarde de Bingen, Paul Claudel and Julia Kristeva make the epithalamium their own, in order to interpret and metamorphose it according to their convictions and their art.
- Dimensions : 135x195x20
- ISBN : 9782204069991
- Poids : 360 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Anne Mars