Schlagwort: Philippe Soupault

Eleven Eleven 21

Eleven Eleven 21 Hugh Behm-Steinberg, Editor Poetry. Fiction. Drama. Literary Nonfiction. California Interest. Asian & Asian American Studies. African & African American Studies. Latino/Latina Studies. Native American Studies. Jewish Studies. Middle Eastern Studies. Women’s Studies. Gay. Lesbian and Transgender Studies. Art. Featuring poetry by… Continue Reading „Eleven Eleven 21“

Agents of apocalypse

Breton, Philippe Soupault and Louis Aragon were acclaimed by Paul Valéry as ‚the three musketeers‘. In fact, rather than contenting themselves with derring-do, the surrealists were agents of apocalypse. Their fiercest creative glory lay in acts of destruction. Breton and Soupault warned the world… Continue Reading „Agents of apocalypse“

Surrealismus-Ausstellung in Paris

Das 1920 erschienene Buch «Champs magnétiques» (dt. «Magnetfelder», 1981, eine Mischung aus Prosatexten, Aphorismen und Lyrik) läutet die neue Bewegung ein und wird von Aragon enthusiastisch gefeiert. «So tauchte dieses unvergleichliche Buch am Morgen des Jahrhunderts auf, in dem die ganze Geschichte der Schreibweisen… Continue Reading „Surrealismus-Ausstellung in Paris“

Surrealist Love Poems

Not surprisingly, Paul Eluard’s 10 poems are among the strongest, especially “I love you,“ “The earth is blue like an orange,“ and “The lover,“ with its endearing first line, “She is standing on my eyelids.“ The poems of the dadaist Philippe Soupault, the Mexican… Continue Reading „Surrealist Love Poems“