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On February 8, 1916, in Zurich, the refuge for emigres of all kinds and from all
nations, Tristan Tzara, a young Rumanian poet, R. Huelsenbeck, a German, and
Hans Arp, an Alsatian, opening a dictionary at a random page, baptized Dada a ...
poems louder and louder, while Tzara beat out the same rhythm crescendo on a
big drum. Huelsenbeck and Tzara danced around grunting like bear cubs, or in
sacks with top hats waddled around in an exercise called noir cacadou. Tzara ...
The witness, Tristan Tzara: You will agree with me, Sir, that N we are all nothing
but a pack of fools, and that consequently 5 the little differences — bigger fools or
smaller fools — make no L difference. The president, Andre Breton: Does the ...
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Very comprehensive history of the movement largely based on the group's documents: manifestos, edicts, articles, and speeches. Unfortunately that means that the individual participants remain sketchy ... Volledige review lezen
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foreword Maurice Nadeau
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