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In both accounts, Perse’s experimental poetics is fraught with contradiction. Tracing the contours of a formal and thematic paradox engrained in Perse’s poetry, Walcott observes that his “revolutionary . . ” Perse’s French is, as Walcott says, “classic,” his tone majestic; the “strict . . ”97 Perse’s resolute emphasis on metropolitan tradition also helps to explain why he never used any French creole words in his Antillean poems. ”100 Both aspects of Perse’s idiom are equally vital to the creation of his art: in Glissant’s view, Perse’s yearning for “stabilization,” manifested in the patently traditional aspects of his form, provides a necessary, shaping counterforce to the “explosive” potential of Caribbean experience.
C’est la sueur des s`eves en exil, le suint amer des plantes a` siliques, l’ˆacre insinuation des mangliers charnus et l’acide bonheur d’une substance noire dans les gousses. C’est le miel fauve des fourmis dans les galeries de l’arbre mort. C’est un goˆut de fruit vert, dont surit l’aube que tu bois; l’air laiteux enrichi du sel des aliz´es . 107 36 Race, American Literature and Transnational Modernisms [And you dream of pure clouds on your island, when the green dawn sheds light on the breast of mysterious waters .
O God! Can I not grasp Them with a tighter clasp? O God! 104 Like Poe’s lyric speaker in “A Dream within a Dream,” in Images a` Cruso´e Perse’s speaker elaborates, and complicates, the theme of dreaming. -John Perse 35 civilized London, an old man with empty, naked hands (“aux mains nues”), weeping when the sad tolling of the Abbey bells makes him dream of his lost desert island paradise: Vieil homme aux mains nues, remis entre les hommes, Cruso´e! tu pleurais, j’imagine, quand des tours de l’Abbaye, comme un flux, s’´epanchait le sanglot des cloches sur la Ville .