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Lautreamont's star, on the other hand, never suffered an eclipse. "Incumbent to a
major degree upon this man is the responsibility for the present poetic state of
affairs," Breton said in 1922.15 In 1929, at the height of an iconoclastic fury that ...
... a particular admiration for Trotsky, an admiration which he maintained for a
long time, still characterizing in 1938 the period that came to an end with the
outbreak of the Second World War as "the age of Lautreamont, of Freud, and of
He had merely shown his horns in Vigny, and yet this had been enough to make
the spectator shudder; Baudelaire had led him to the Church and into the "
paradis artificieT; Rimbaud had shouldered him into the Red Sea; Lautreamont,
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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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