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Apollinaire

Guillaume (gijom), real name Wilhelm Apollinaris de Kostrowitzki. 1880--1918, French poet, novelist, and dramatist, regarded as a precursor of surrealism; author of Alcoöls (1913) and Calligrammes (1918)
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It is from Apollinaire that he inherits his intoxication with words and their seemingly limitless sound/meaning permutations, as well as his love for the music of language, as shown in "Nuit / Ruelles de rats / Rates les etoiles.
Many other recordings, including those of Apollinaire, Artaud, Schwitters, and Duchamp, will also likely be known to followers of the avant-garde, as they have been available on various spoken-word CDs and cassettes over the years (including Sub Rosa's own excellent collection Futurism and Dada Revisited, compiled by James Neiss and Paul Hammond in 1988).
Like Apollinaire, Michel believes in good and evil shining "d'egale beaute," in life and art: the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins replaying a battle depicted by Paolo Uccello
Lately, she has been trekking to the Apollinaire Theatre to work with fellow multiple talent John Kuntz - an Independent Reviewers of New England and Norton Award-winning writer, actor and director - and act in "Uncle Vanya.
Apollinaire persuaded the Belgian to return the statues, but is rewarded for his effort by being arrested in connection with the Mona Lisa heist.
In fact, the title of the poem is a play on a proposed but never completed book by Apollinaire called Et moi aussi je suis peintre (And I Too Am a Painter), the advertisement of which was printed at the end of Robert Motherwell's 1949 translation of Apollinaire's Les Peintres cubistes (1913).
A Turkish publisher, Rahmi Akdas, applied to the ECHR in 2004 after all copies of the Turkish translation of the erotic novel "Les onze mille verges" (The Eleven Thousand Rods) by French writer Guillaume Apollinaire were seized and destructed.
Two nights' B&B at the three-star Hotel Apollinaire plus return Eurostar and ticket to exhibition costs from pounds 195pp.
Associated with Apollinaire after his arrival in Paris in 1911, his metaphysical art, influenced by Arnold Brcklin and by the philosophy of Nietzsche and Schopenhauer, gained him recognition as a leading figure in modern painting.
He settled in the heart of the arts community, Montparnasse, and met avant-garde poets Blaise Cendrars and Guillaume Apollinaire and painters Robert Delaunay and Fernand Leger.
The other two finalists for this year's prize were Aleksandr Kozulin, a former presidential candidate in Belarus, and Apollinaire Malu Malu, chair of the Independent Electoral Commission of Democratic Republic of Congo.
All of these different instances of loss originate in a scene Baker describes at the very beginning of The Artwork Caught by the Tail--when, in October 1912, Picabia, Duchamp, and Apollinaire traveled by car to the village of Etival in the French Jura, to visit Picabia's wife, Gabrielle Buffet, at her family farm.