Apollinaire


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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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Even in the maw of World War I, the cataclysm which would destroy humanist faith for most of Europe, Apollinaire believes in Progress, both material and cosmic.
When he began composing this set of songs, in 1940, he took two Apollinaire texts that he had previously identified as suitable for vocal setting.
Apollinaire artistic director Danielle Fauteux Jacques has smartly taken her lead from this observation in deciding to put both the set and the audience in four different locations in her theater for her company's revival.
THE 30 ORIGINAL POEMS of Le Bestiaire, to which four others (excised from the original edition or published elsewhere) are added here, are all short (four lines, five--a stanza form Apollinaire favored--or six), rhymed, in octosyllabic lines or alexandrines, and punctuated.
Apollinaire persuaded the Belgian to return the statues, but is rewarded for his effort by being arrested in connection with the Mona Lisa heist.
Creo que le habria divertido a Apollinaire ver su epigrama latino transformado en un haiku: Carpas en el quieto estanque, peces de la melancolia olvidados por la muerte.
En mayo de 1917, Apollinaire empleaba por primera vez su pertinente neologismo en el programa de Parade.
While Apollinaire argues that a painter can use words in the same manner that he can use paint, and further implies that a poet, too, can, in a sense, paint with words, O'Hara points to the fact that while a painter can use words or letters as abstract expressive images, a poet must use them, at least in part, as representational vehicles for no other reason than part of what makes a word a word is its representational function.
He even painted a Portrait of Guillaume Apollinaire (1914), in which he foresaw the the head wound that the poet suffered a few years later in World War i.
Tan lejos a esa frase de Apollinaire que introduce la conferencia sobre Salmona y que el dijo tantas veces: "Dar al presente unas ruinas tan bellas como las que sobrevivieron a los tiempos".
Rod Mengham's Equipage has published the extraordinary imitations of Apollinaire that Barry MacSweeney wrote before his death in 2000.
The second section methodically and chronologically describes the rediscovery of and engagement with Nerval's works on the part of fin-de-siecle and twentieth-century writers: Mallarme, Gourmont, Proust, Apollinaire, Breton, and Bonnefoy.