L'Homme approximatif

L Homme approximatif This major anthology of writings by legendary poet Tristan Tzara is the only English language source for a complete version of Tzara s epic Approximate Man now widely regarded as the poetic

  • Title: L'Homme approximatif
  • Author: Tristan Tzara
  • ISBN: 9782070302741
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Broché
  • This major anthology of writings by legendary poet Tristan Tzara 1896 1963 is the only English language source for a complete version of Tzara s epic Approximate Man now widely regarded as the poetic masterpiece of Surrealism Included is a critical introduction, an account of variants, and an essay setting the context for the poem Completely revised, updated edition ofThis major anthology of writings by legendary poet Tristan Tzara 1896 1963 is the only English language source for a complete version of Tzara s epic Approximate Man now widely regarded as the poetic masterpiece of Surrealism Included is a critical introduction, an account of variants, and an essay setting the context for the poem Completely revised, updated edition of this now classic survey.

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    1. Romanian born French poet and essayist known mainly as a founder of Dada, a nihilistic revolutionary movement in the arts.The Dadaist movement originated in Z rich during World War I Tzara wrote the first Dada texts La Premi re Aventure c leste de Monsieur Antipyrine 1916 The First Heavenly Adventure of Mr Antipyrine and Vingt cinq po mes 1918 Twenty Five Poems and the movement s manifestos, Sept manifestes Dada 1924 Seven Dada Manifestos In Paris he engaged in tumultuous activities with Andr Breton, Philippe Soupault, and Louis Aragon to shock the public and to disintegrate the structures of language About 1930, weary of nihilism and destruction, he joined his friends in the constructive activities of Surrealism He devoted much of his time to the reconciliation of Surrealism and Marxism and joined the Communist Party in 1936 and the French Resistance movement during World War II These political commitments brought him closer to his fellow human beings, and he gradually matured into a lyrical poet His poems revealed the anguish of his soul, caught between revolt and wonderment at the daily tragedy of the human condition His mature works started with L Homme approximatif 1931 The Approximate Man and continued with Parler seul 1950 Speaking Alone and La Face int rieure 1953 The Inner Face In these, the anarchically scrambled words of Dada were replaced with a difficult but humanized language.

    2. who will tell us the bitter hour when the thyme dies of trickeryits color melting in the tender water of mocking kisseson the tree the fruits range in tiers their visual stammeringoutside is whitewhite is your smile also sign of your body whiter than all experiencerubbing the teeth of the sky beating the linen at the riverif I steel myself at the precise sources of iron dragonflies it is that I and if I wander it is that I straddler of waterfalls time has run its risks and the premiumsI was stro [...]

    3. "homme approximatif comme moi comme toi lecteurtu tiens entre tes mains comme pour jeter une boulechiffre lumineux ta tête pleine de poésie"

    4. Mes mots de pauvre mortelle sont trop faible pour décrire la musique de Tsara qui vous emporte au loin en quelques ligne

    5. Mary Ann Caws delivers the best English translation of Tzara's poetry and writing to date, including the great long poem "Approximate Man". Marvelous.

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