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Butterfly bones under a pli sky: the folds without organs in the Régis Bonvicino’s collection

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Author(s): Fernando Floriani Petry

Journal: Via Litterae
ISSN 2176-6800

Volume: 2;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 582;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Body without Organs | Meaning | Truth | Taxidermy | Régis Bonvicino Poetry

ABSTRACT
This article attempts to handle the operations on the worlds of meaning articulated in Jean-Luc Nancy - The sense of the world - with considerations of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari on How do you make yourself a body without organs. With this French philosophers, we aimed to establish the connections between meaning, truth and desert through the poetic experience of Régis Bonvicino, especially in some books like Butterfly Bones, Sky-Eclipse, the Cosmos and remorse, and Orphan page to articulate a proposal for a policy maximum of life. Questioning the meaning adopted by the natural or real, the goal of this paper is go thought the images of bones of butterfly, borboflores, florbelhas, flormigas, the image of panapaná - a collection of butterflies – seeking the possibility of adopting the attitude of creating for ourselves a Body without Organs.
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