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The poet assassinated
|Statement||Guillaume Apollinaire ; translated from the French by Ron Padgett.|
|Contributions||Padgett, Ron, 1942-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||139|
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Guillaume Apollinaire (), poet par excellence of the The poet assassinated book 20th century Parisian literary world, inventor of the word "surrealism," champion of cubism and other innovative forms of modern art, wrote The Poet Assassinated in a hospital bed recovering from /5.
Guillaume Apollinaire (), poet par excellence of the early 20th century Parisian literary world, inventor of the word `surrealism', champion of cubism and other innovative forms of modern art, wrote `The Poet Assassinated' in a hospital bed recovering from 5/5(1).
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THE POET ASSASSINATED. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON BARNES & NOBLE GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Padgett's translation of the long title story appeared in a large, formal edition in (with illustration by Jim Dine); now the rest of the shorter tales included in Apollinaire's collection also.
The Poet Assassinated Language: English: LoC Class: PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese: Subject: French fiction -- 20th century -- Translations into English Category: Text: audio books by Jane Austen.
The Poet Assassinated, composes, if we choose to believe so, Apollinaire's vision of his own life. The book was collated from many fragments, many beginnings, and published inby "l'Édition," for the so-called "Librairie des Curieux.
Hardcover, vellum spine over paper covered boards, no dust-jacket. pages. Translated from the French with a Biographical Notice and Notes by Matthew Josephson. Illustrated with portrait frontispiece by Andre Rouveyre and four woodcuts by Andre Deran.
Limited first American edition, No. of printed on Alexandra Japan vellum. A collection of short stories, Read more». Guillaume Apollinaire THE POET ASSASSINATED & OTHER STORIES grafton '85 pb book softcover, trans by padgett. excellent clean lightly used shape.
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A Rabelaisian mock-epic full of typographic play and careening prose. Published by Exact Change. By Guillaume Apollinaire. Translated by Matthew Josephson, woodcuts by André Dérain. Apollinaire was Modernism’s first champion, and after his early death inhe became its first saint.
Summary: "The poet Apollinaire was modernism's first champion, and after his early death inhe became its first saint.". "Inwhile recovering from a head wound received in World War I, he published The Poet Assassinated, his most famous work of prose; a roman a clef mythologizing himself as well as friends.
Apollinaire was Modernism’s first champion, and after his early death inhe became its first saint. Lying in a hospital bed inrecovering from combat wounds suffered in World War I, Apollinaire assembled the fragments of a tragicomic, mock-epic and occasionally obscene autobiography-à-clef: The Poet Assassinated.
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The poet assassinated. [Guillaume Apollinaire; Ron Padgett; Jim Dine; Burt Britton] -- Autobiographical tale of life in Paris in the early years of the 20th century. A roman a clef with thinly veiled portraits of French cultural figures of the period.
The Poet Assassinated, Jim Dine. This book is illustrated by the American artist Jim Dine (b. The Poet Assassinated was written by the French poet Guillaume Apollinaire () in Jim Dine’s black and white images in this book are a mixture of collage, photographs and sketches.
This illustrated book is a first edition. Apollinaire was Modernism's first champion, and after his early death inhe became its first saint. Lying in a hospital bed inrecovering from combat wounds suffered in World War I, Apollinaire assembled the fragments of a tragicomic, mock-epic and occasionally obscene autobiography-a-clef: The Poet Assassinated.
This novella recounts the life and death of Croniamantal, whose birth is -saluted. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The poet assassinated, Apollinaire, Guillaume, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Get this Book. Find in a library; Download this page (PDF) Download left page (PDF) Download right page (PDF).
The novella recounts the life and death of Croniamantal, whose birth is 'saluted'by the Eiffel Tower's 'beautiful erection,'who rises through the Parisian literary world to proclaim himself 'the greatest of living poets'and who is promptly torn to pieces by a mob.
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The complete review's Review. The Poet Assassinated is the story of Croniamantal -- a fantastical figure who, at the most basic biographical level, shares many similarities to author Apollinaire but, of course, is also considerably larger than life.
In its opening Apollinaire insists: "The glory of Croniamantal is now universal"; nevertheless, The Poet Assassinated is an epic of the. In researching the Ron Padgett/Jim Dine book, The Poet Assassinated, for this post on Guillaume Apollinaire, the French Poet, I found an interesting article written by Ron Padgett who translated into the English language the Guillaume Apollinaire’s book Le Poete Assassine in into a new edition illustrated by Jim Dine the painter.
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After Alcohols and Cubist Painters, the book The Poet Assassinated appeared in October It is a largely autobiographical short story in the form of an imaginative, fanciful transposition of the author’s destiny.
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DINE, Jim. The Poet Assassinated. By Guillaume Apollinaire. Illustrated with eight original pochoir plates, each signed and numbered by Dine. 4to., x mm, loose as issued with plates and text laid into an illustrated wrapper with original glassine, colour printed slipcase.
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After dipping his index finger into the congealed texture of his nervous system, Apollinaire held his finger to his lips and cried: “What a taste what a strange taste the soul is.” Then, he lost consciousness. Sent back to Paris, he was trepanned on the 10th of May “O Captain. My Captain!” () by Walt Whitman-Whitman’s poem is dedicated to Abraham Lincoln (the “Captain”), but in DPS, John Keating suggests that his students call him “Captain.” And while Keating quotes the poem as if it is a triumphant piece, it’s actually a lamentation for the assassinated president at the end of the Author: Rachel Cordasco.
His first book about the poet, ”The Assassination of Federico García Lorca,” solved the mystery of Lorca’s murder, won the Prix International de la Presse inand was banned in Spain Author: Katherine Ryder.Jim Dine The Poet Assassinated etching with hand-coloring 27 h × w in (69 × 54 cm) Sheet measures: 35 h x w inches Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge '3/75 Jim Dine '.
This work is number 3 from the edition of Provenance: Collection of Gene Summers | Thence by descent This item will be collected from Wright, Chicago.Title: The Poet Assassinated by Guillaume Apollinaire, translated by Ron Padgett (New York: Tanglewood Press, Inc., ) View: Full View Creation Start Date: Creation End Date: Creation Date: Creation Place: United States Object Type: Books Classification Term: Literary Materials and Techniques: unbound book in slipcase.