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Appropriately, speaking in an interview with Evelyn Grossman about his book, Shiboleth
, for Paul Celan, Derrida defines the latter's text as "a wound which opens, which doesn't heal, the hiatus." It is, he notes, "the mouth that speaks where something is wounded.
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The contribution of Hent De Vries, 'The Shiboleth
Effect: On Reading Paul Celan', focuses on the comparison between Celan's poetry and poetic and Derrida's thinking, or 'on how the singularity--the shibboleth, the date, and, what will turn out to be the same thing, the spectre and the ashes--of philosophemes, theologemes, or ethico-political tropes is figured and disfigured in Celan's poetry and poetic in ways that reveal an important aspect of Derrida's own thinking' (176).