Tales of Unfulfilled Times

Tales of Unfulfilled Times

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978-88-6969-157-7

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09 Mag 2017

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Cenni di ermeneutica ebraica nelle teorie di Norman Raeben, figlio di Scholem Aleichem e maestro di Bob Dylan

Fabio Fantuzzi
Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Italia
fabio.fantuzzi@uniroma3.it

DOI 10.14277/6969-156-0/SR-7-3

Abstract

Not unlike the much more famous ‘Jewish heretic hermeneutics’ studied by Susan Handelman, such as those of Freud, Derrida, Bloom and others, painter and philosopher Norman Raeben has formulated his own new method for artistic creation embedded in rabbinic hermeneutics. We hereby present a comprehensive – although introductory – analysis of his creative as well as teaching methods. We also briefly focus on his influence on the poetics of his former student Bob Dylan, offering some preliminary clues for a better comprehension of the interrelations between the creative processes and theories of both authors.

Keywords
Norman Raeben. Bob Dylan’s poetry. Jewish hermeneutics.


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Fantuzzi Fabio

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Cenni di ermeneutica ebraica nelle teorie di Norman Raeben, figlio di Scholem Aleichem e maestro di Bob Dylan

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it

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Not unlike the much more famous ‘Jewish heretic hermeneutics’ studied by Susan Handelman, such as those of Freud, Derrida, Bloom and others, painter and philosopher Norman Raeben has formulated his own new method for artistic creation embedded in rabbinic hermeneutics. We hereby present a comprehensive – although introductory – analysis of his creative as well as teaching methods. We also briefly focus on his influence on the poetics of his former student Bob Dylan, offering some preliminary clues for a better comprehension of the interrelations between the creative processes and theories of both authors.

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Studi e ricerche

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2017-03-30

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http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-156-0/SR-7-3

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2610-993X

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2610-9123

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978-88-6969-157-7

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978-88-6969-156-0

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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Norman Raeben

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Bob Dylan’s poetry

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Jewish hermeneutics

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