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There, a bunch of individuals rages opposed to the most personality, calling him: dØvoyØ, a wicked guy; cancre, a good-fornothing idiot; pou, a louse; chancre, a cankerous bubo; fou, a madman. the most personality doesn't care approximately insults, yet he accepts them with the double objective of revealing the profound dissimilarity among his individualism and the society from which that angle have been conceived. therefore this basic distinction does underline the inability of any bonds among the most personality and the others. heavily concerning this type of expressions of separateness, plenty of significant stylistic units, reminiscent of using antinomies, the recourse to not less than 3 languages, the mix of other literary components (i. e. narrative fragments and dialogues strangely structured), inner intertextuality, and overlapping linguistic registers, are pointed out. those registers are often strange for the poetry of that point: the 1st of one 2 Damas 1956, 14 – 15. See Glissant 1981, 28 – 36. 182 Antonella Emina Damas’s poems have been published in 1934 and the final are dated 1966. They have been fairly strange for this type of poetry written in French yet conceived outdoor of France. eventually, they have been strange for the original point of view from Damas’s French Guyanese, mixed-blood and middleclass heritage. these kinds of info body the conflict among traditional good judgment, authorized perspective, collective adventure and dominant opinion. This contest shakes up even verisimilitude via a writing strongly characterized via dissociated, paradoxical common sense. From the following to over there i'm going to mainly examine Black-Label, the second one final quantity of Damas’s poetry. it's a lengthy poem in 4 elements, the place the 1st individual narrative emerges, telling his/her personal tale. three i'll examine this Me as a guy, that's prone to be the crucial gender of the poem, whether occasionally it seems to be a girl. This personage units himself in major areas: right here and over there. using where adverbs determines an doubtful position of the motion, as their position is dependent upon the location. So, it occurs that motion has frontiers that are passing, unpredictable, and infrequently unrecognisable. They definitely underline implied that means discontinuities within the semiotic type of area, as argued by means of A. J. Greimas in ‘For a Topological Semiotics’. four the 2 adverbs, right here and there, spotlight Greimas’s argument position will be exotic purely in the major competition of spatial otherness, as a spot is completely outlined via what it isn't. therefore, in Greimas’s opinion, its recording of open-ended disjunction (here vs. there), and the appropriation of a topie (a major house) may well purely be attainable through imagining a hØtØrotopie. This embodies a very good variety of ghosts for many of colonial or early post-colonial American societies based on African alternate and slavery, together with Guyana as an additional instance. As tools used to setup the discourse within the poetry,5 adverbs of position paintings via permitting the emergence of crucial elements in post-colonial literature, specifically in Damas’s poetry, and notably, within the quantity, Black-Label.