Frases de Conde de Lautréamont

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Conde de Lautréamont

Data de nascimento:4. Abril 1846
Data de falecimento:24. Novembro 1870
Outros nomes: Lautréamont

Isidore Lucien Ducasse, mais conhecido pelo pseudónimo literário de Conde de Lautréamont foi um poeta uruguaio que viveu na França.

É o autor dos Cantos de Maldoror. Sua poesia também era apreciada por André Breton, que o considerava, de certa forma, como um dos precursores do surrealismo.

Citações Conde de Lautréamont

„I sought a soul that might resemble mine, and I could not find it. I scanned all the crannies of the earth: my perseverance was useless. Yet I could not remain alone. There had to be someone who would approve of my character; there had to be someone with the same ideas as myself. It was morning. The sun in all his magnificence rose on the horizon, and behold, there also appeared before my eyes a young man whose presence made flowers grow as he passed. He approached me and held out his hand: “I have come to you, you who seek me. Let us give thanks for this happy day.” But I replied: “Go! I did not summon you. I do not need your friendship….” It was evening. Night was beginning to spread the blackness of her veil over nature. A beautiful woman whom I could scarcely discern also exerted her bewitching sway upon me and looked at me with compassion. She did not, however, dare speak to me. I said: “Come closer that I may discern your features clearly, for at this distance the starlight is not strong enough to illumine them.” Then, with modest demeanour, eyes lowered, she crossed the greensward and reached my side. I said as soon as I saw her: “I perceive that goodness and justice have dwelt in your heart: we could not live together. Now you are admiring my good looks which have bowled over more than one woman. But sooner or later you would regret having consecrated your love to me, for you do not know my soul. Not that I shall be unfaithful to you: she who devotes herself to me with so much abandon and trust — with the same trust and abandon do I devote myself to her. But get this into your head and never forget it: wolves and lambs look not on one another with gentle eyes.” What then did I need, I who rejected with disgust what was most beautiful in humanity!“

— Comte de Lautréamont
Maldoror and the Complete Works