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Queneau

Raymond . 1903--76. French writer, influenced in the 1920s by surrealism. His novels include Zazie dans le m?tro (1959)
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En dicho libro su autor, Raymond Queneau, trata de versionar una misma anecdota contandola de 27 formas diferentes.
Both of these works reflect Perec's attachment to the kinds of constraints embraced by members of the OuliPo, the experimental group of writers founded in 1960 by Raymond Queneau and Francois Le Lionnais, which Perec joined in 1967.
This book is an engaging study for scholars of contemporary fiction and film, specifically those interested in the works of Jean Echenoz, Raymond Queneau, Jean-Philippe Toussaint, and their literary and cinematographic colleagues.
Is it fair of the author to disregard Iris Murdoch, a confidante of Raymond Queneau, as a middlebrow entertainer'?
J'avais ete impressionne par les exemples choisis, montrant une connaissance parfaite des travaux de Jacques Bens, Pierre Lescure, Georges Perec, Raymond Queneau ou Luc Etienne.
Motte's "avant-garde with a human face" remains the preferred mode throughout: the kind of ludic--and lucid--textual gambits of which Italo Calvino and Raymond Queneau are the godfathers.
He borrows the construct announced in his title from the Ouvroir de Litterature Potentielle (or "Oulipo'), a group of literary experimentalists based in Paris, founded in 1960 by Raymond Queneau and Francois Le Lionnais.
Pese a que algunas de las poeticas surrealistas han generado estereotipos, el surrealismo es un motor que constantemente crea formas nuevas que logran precisamente la destruccion o la monstrificacion o la ausencia de estilo: leanse los Ejercicios de estilo de Raymond Queneau (3), vease el collage, los ready mades y los cadaveres exquisitos.
Quiza uno de los trabajos mas emblematicos en el campo de la poesia aleatoria sea el trabajo de Raymond Queneau "Cent mille milliards de poemes" (Queneau 1961), un libro compuesto por estrofas dividas por cortes en las paginas que permite a los lectores combinar las estrofas de diferentes paginas para generar nuevas composiciones y significados.
As the group moves from its first title, "Seminaire de Litterature Experi-mentale" to "Ouvroir de Litterature Potentielle," and from the acronym "OLiPo" to "OuLiPo," one learns many important things, such as the fact that Raymond Queneau was bitterly disappointed by the size of the menhirs at Carnac when he finally laid eyes upon them in person, or that the contemporary crisis in off-track betting in France might be explained by the fact that trainers read Baudelaire aloud to racehorses (B 56, 230).
Este College ha contado con ilustres socios, entre los que se cuentan Raymond Queneau, Jacques Prevert, Max Ernst, Eugene Ionesco, Joan Miro, Boris Vian, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Dubuffet, Rene Clair, entre otros.
Raymond Queneau was associated with the Surrealist group from November 1924--the year of the publication of Andre Breton's first "Manifesto of Surrealism," which founded this self-styled revolutionary group of writers and artists.