By Willard Bohn

The name of the current research refers back to the undeniable fact that Apollinaire continuously labored on the leading edge of contemporary aesthetics. the quantity seeks to rehabilitate 4 experimental genres specifically that experience acquired quite little consciousness. the 1st bankruptcy examines an enthralling artist's ebook entitled The Bestiary, which good points illustrations by means of Raoul Dufy. the second one is anxious with a gaggle of poems that commemorate usual, daily life. the subsequent bankruptcy considers Apollinaire's little-known debt to kid's rhymes. the ultimate bankruptcy discusses an avant-garde drama that used to be destined to play a key function within the evolution of contemporary French theater. This publication could be of curiosity to someone drawn to avant-garde aesthetics. it is going to attraction not just to students of twentieth-century poetry but in addition to devotees of contemporary artwork and glossy theater.

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Nine; “Le Chat,” 15n. 1, 18, 23, 26-28, 35, forty three; “La Chenille,” 15n. 1, 30; “Le Cheval,” 15n. 1, sixteen, 29-30, 35, 3638; “La Chèvre du Thibet,” 15. n1, 17-18, 21, 23, 34, 36; “La Clef,” eighty five; “La Colombe,” 20, 29-30, 3536, forty three; “La Dame,” thirteen, 85-91; “La Danseuse,” ninety six; “Le Dauphin,” 23, 33, 35; “Un Dernier Chapitre,” 47n. nine; “Le Dromadaire,” 15n. 1, 23, 36; “L’Ecrevisse,” 19, 23, 24, 33; “L’Eléphant,” 18, 23, 32-33, 34; L’Enchanteur pourrissant, thirteen; “L’Esprit nouveau et les poètes,” seventy three, 108, 127; “Etoile,” 47n. nine, 6566; “Fagnes de Wallonie,” 47n. nine; “Les Fenêtres,” fifty one, 88; “Fiord,” sixty eight; “Fusée,” 76-78; L’Hérésiarque et Cie, ninety six; “Le Hibou,” 15n. 1, 17, 24, 28-29, 33; “Hôtel,” 54-55, fifty six; “Ibis,” 15n. 1, 18, 19, 23, 33, 37; “La Jolie Rousse,” 127; “Le Lapin,” 15n. 1, 23, 30, 34; “Lettre-Océan,” fifty four; “Le Lièvre,” 15n. 1, 17, 23, 34; “Le Lion,” 15n. 1, 20, 30, 34, 3840, forty two, forty three; “Lundi rue Christine,” sixty two; “La Maison des morts,” eighty; Les Mammelles de Tirésias, 14, 105-125, 127; Le Marchand d’anchois, sixty eight; “Le Matin,” 47n. nine; “La Méduse,” 17, 23, 33, forty three; “1890,”64-65; “La Mouche,” 15n. 1, 23, 24, 33; “Le Paon,” 15n. 1, 17, 30, 33, 36, forty three; “Le Petit Balai,” sixty eight; “Le Phoque,” sixty four, 67-71; Le Poète assassiné, forty eight, forty nine, sixty seven; “Le Pont Mirabeau,” eighty one, 88; “La Porte,” 88; “Le Poulpe,” 24, 25, 26, 28, 33, forty three; “La Puce,” 15n. 1, 24-26, 28, 33, forty three; “Quelconqueries,” 45-73; “Le Repas,” 47n. nine, 50-51; “Les Saisons,” 77-78; “Salomé,” thirteen, 92-104; “La Sauterelle,” 23, 24; “Le Serpent,” sixteen, 17, 20-23, 30, 33-34, 36; “Les Sirènes,” sixteen, 18, 23; “69 6666 ... 6 9... ,” seventy one; “La Souris,” 18, 24; “Le Tabac à priser,” 47n. nine, fifty six; “Table,” 51-54, fifty six; “Té,” 47n. nine, 66-67; “La 142 Apollinaire at the aspect Tortue,” 15n. 1, 19, 20, 23; “Vendémiaire,” 127; “Voyage à Paris,” sixty eight; “0, 50,” 47n. nine, 60-63; “Zone,” fifty one. approximately, Edmond, one hundred ten Alexandre, Didier, 86, 89 Antonelli, Paola, fifty three, sixty two Aragon, Louis, forty eight Archimedes, seventy three Aristophanes, 109 Auffret, Serge and Hélène, 101102 Ball, Hugo, 60 Barthes, Roland, thirteen, 31, 34, 35, 42-43 Basch, Victor, 123 Bates, Scott, 63n. 37, seventy one, 89, ninety nine, 118, one hundred twenty five Baudelaire, Charles, forty six Béhar, Henri, 106, 113-114, 123 Bellas, Jacqueline, ninety three, one zero one Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo, forty two Bertrand, Gerard, forty two Bonnet, Marguerite, forty nine Boschetti, Anna, one hundred and one Bouchardon, Marianne, one hundred ten Bowra, C. M. , 102 Braques, Georges, 20 Breton, André, forty six, forty eight, 63-64, sixty eight, seventy one, 108 Breunig, LeRoy C. , eighty three, 103 Butler, Samuel, 112 Caizergues, Pierre, 114, 118 Cansinos-Asséns, Rafael, ninety five Capoul, Victor, sixty four Capus, Alfred, sixty four Catelain, Georgette, fifty three Caws, Mary Ann, fifty one Cézanne, Paul, 50 Chaussard, Piere-Jean Baptiste, a hundred and ten Chirico, Giorgio de, 123 Cirlot, J. E. , 113 Clancier, Anne, 110-111 Cleopatra, 21, 23 Coligny-Chatillon, Louise, seventy eight Copperfield, David, 12 Couffignal, Robert, ninety three, ninety five, ninety nine Cranston, Mechtild, 82-83 Culler, Jonathan, 47-48, 60 Debon, Claude, 17, 18, one hundred twenty five Descartes, René, sixty seven Desnos, Robert, one zero five Décaudin, Michel, forty seven, fifty six, seventy two, seventy six, eighty three, eighty four, 89, ninety two, 106 Derain, André, 20 Duchamp, Marcel, forty seven, 57n. 24, sixty two, seventy five Dufy, Raoul, thirteen, 15-43 Durry, Marie-Jeanne, 89, ninety three, a hundred and one Fongaro, Antoine, forty six, seventy six, seventy eight, eighty three Frazer, Sir James George, 103 Giono, Jean, fifty seven Goethe, Wolfgang, 113 Gossiaux, Pol-P.

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