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To remember, in this sense, is to no longer be in possession of memory; at least not any more than one is possessed by memory. It means one cannot master memory or clearly deﬁne one’s “own” memory, and by the same token, no one can, truly speaking, choose to forget. The relapse into memory appears in Mille ans as a profoundly unsettling inversion of one’s identity, in which one loses the possibility to return to the place where one has come from and recover himself through “a narrative of origins”: “wandering completely lost, abandoned!
It means one cannot master memory or clearly deﬁne one’s “own” memory, and by the same token, no one can, truly speaking, choose to forget. The relapse into memory appears in Mille ans as a profoundly unsettling inversion of one’s identity, in which one loses the possibility to return to the place where one has come from and recover himself through “a narrative of origins”: “wandering completely lost, abandoned! Erasing the traces of one’s own . . further and further lost . . ” (40). This only possible journey is based on an always shifting point-of-origin.
Is it both? Can it be either, or is it precisely the movement between them: the intersubjective recognition that leads to the dissolution of the self, coexisting with a remembering of the self in the other? ” It is this doubling of the self, which both loses itself and ﬁnds itself in loss, or as loss that El Maleh’s novel seems to insists on: “One speaks from the back of another . . an abyss . . it is difﬁcult to locate the axis of such spiral movement . . [is it him or someone else], who can know with certainty, the story goes on” (122, 167).
Botero e la ragion di stato. Atti del convegno in memoria di Luigi Firpo. Torino 8-10 marzo 1990 by Artemio Enzo Baldini (a cura di)