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  • Title: Calligrams
  • Author: Guillaume Apollinaire Anne Hyde Greet
  • ISBN: 9780877750109
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • Guillaume Apollinaire Anne Hyde Greet

      Wilhelm Albert W odzimierz Apolinary Kostrowicki, known as Guillaume Apollinaire in French pronounced ijom ap li n was a French poet, writer, and art critic born in Italy to a Polish mother.Among the foremost poets of the early 20th century, he is credited with coining the word surrealism and writing one of the earliest works described as surrealist, the play Les Mamelles de Tir sias 1917, later used as the basis for an opera in 1947.

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    • Title: Calligrammes Poèmes de la paix et de la guerre (1913-1916)Author: Guillaume ApollinaireRelease Date: September 17, 2017 [EBook #55569]Language: FrenchProduced by Laura N.R. and Marc D'Hooghe at Free Literature (online soon in an extended version,also linking to free sources for education worldwide MOOC's, educational materials,) (Images generously made available by the Hathi Trust)Free download available at Project Gutenberg.I made the proofing this book for Free Literature and it will [...]

    • Sur les prophétiesJ’ai connu quelques prophétessesMadame Salmajour avait appris en Océanie à tirer les cartesC’est là-bas qu’elle avait eu encore l’occasion de participerÀ une scène savoureuse d’anthropophagieElle n’en parlait pas à tout le mondeEn ce qui concerne l’avenir elle ne se trompait jamaisUne cartomancienne céretane Marguerite je ne sais plus quoiEst également habileMais Madame Deroy est la mieux inspiréeLa plus préciseTout ce qu’elle m’a dit du passé ét [...]

    • CHAINSSounds of clocks across EuropeHanging centuriesRails binding the nationWe are only two or three menFree of all chainsLet's join handsViolent rain combing the smokeCordsWoven cordsSubmarine cablesTowers of Babel changes to bridgesSpider-PontiffsAll the lovers a single chain has joined togetherOther more tenuous chainsWhite rays of lightCords and ConcordI write only to exalt youOh senses oh cherished sensesEnemies of memoryEnemies of desireEnemies of regretEnemies of tearsEnemies of all I st [...]

    • Appolinaire was one of the great figures of 'modern' poetry. Also had a great eye on his fellow visual artists as well. And that is the beauty of this guy's work - it's visual as well as literal. What you get here is World War 1 told in a manner that is fresh as a new flower but dealing with a deadly world. Essential poetry collection from a master!

    • J’ai accroché de manière extrêmement non homogène à ce recueil de poèmes. Certains m’ont laissée complètement indifférente, a priori les plus perchés/décousus ; d’autres m’ont intéressée mais sans plus – les dits calligrammes, justement, qui sont intéressants sur le principe, mais pas forcément émouvants poétiquement parlant ; d’autres, enfin, m’ont prise à la gorge Cette dernière catégorie abordant principalement le thème de la guerre Appollinaire en parle a [...]

    • BlueMoon Le 02 Juillet 2017 à 14:03Un peu difficile à comprendre, beau parfois, très centré sur la guerre. Certains poèmes sont aussi illisibles. Dommage que je ne l'aie pas étudié. A little hard to understand, beautiful sometimes, really focused on war. Some poems are even unreadable. Too bad I didn't study it, I'm sure I would have understood more!

    • Actually, it is closer to 2.5 stars. I don't know, it is jus that some of these poems I loved, some I thought were ok and some I really didn't get. What pulls it from 2 to 2.5 (or 3, as per ' rating system) are the calligrams. The very reason I chose to read this book was the stylised poems. And I still think they're really cool, I can't help but marvel at how much work it must have been, to get the words to fit the figure (or vice versa). I read these poems in two books simultaneously, one in F [...]

    • He was definitely attempting to move poetry in different directions. His calligrammes or arranging words into a symbol, shape, or different form than usual are inspiring, and surely have fueled poetic experimentation since then. He does have a sort of love affair with war that leaves a sour note with me, but even so he does speak of its horrors when not glorifying it. Lines:Pity us who fight always at the boundariesOf infinity and the future----------It's hard to imagine How stupid and stolid su [...]

    • Apollinaire, inventor of a form, the Calligram, a poem that is shaped like what it describes, kicks the shit out of Wilfred Owen any day. You can taste the mud of the trenches in his poems and feel the casual, reminiscent, playful, heart broken peace from which his poetry is born defiant of impending death,

    • Apollinaire was the greatest poet ever to live. Get this and "Alcools," as translated by William Meredith.

    • Someday I will finish this book. I really will. Maybe I'll try and freshen up my French first, though. Apollinaire is probably worth that effort.

    • I normally don't "do" poetry, but this is one exception. Even if you don't understand French, Apollinaire's calligrams are still fun to look at.

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