Guillaume Apollinaire


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But I have flowed into the sweetness of this war with my whole company along the long trenches A few cries of flame keep announcing my presence I have hollowed out the bed where I flow and branch into a thousand small streams going everywhere I am in the front line trenches and I am everywhere or rather I am beginning to be everywhere For it is I who begin this affair of the centuries to come It will be longer to realize than the myth of soaring Icarus I bequeath to the future the story of Guillaume Apollinaire Who was in the war and knew how to be everywhere In the lucky towns behind the front lines In all the rest of the universe In all those who died tangled in barbed wire In women in cannons in horses
The main focus of Bohn's argumentation is the interpretation of de Chirico's 1914 Portrait of Guillaume Apollinaire which is not a classical portrait; rather, it is a painting from a series of works which Apollinaire himself chose as his representation.
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.
French poet Guillaume Apollinaire wrote, "Now and then it's good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy.
His most famous book, in some ways his best, was also his first: The Banquet Years: The Origins of the Avant-Garde in France, 1885 to World War I (1958), a quirky, seductive, utterly original romp through the work of Henri Rousseau, Alfred Jarry, Erik Satie, and Guillaume Apollinaire.
Giorgio de Chirico met Guillaume Apollinaire in 1912, some time around the first appearance of the painter's work at the Salon d'Automne.
Jean Cocteau, Guillaume Apollinaire, Paul Claudel et le Groupe des Six: Rencontres poetico-musicales autour des melodies et des chansons.
Philosophe Denis Diderot penned an 18th-century novel featuring talking vaginas, while poet Guillaume Apollinaire spiced up one of his short works with incest and urine fetishism.
The first Parisian publication of the volume, by Editions Maspero in 1981, won its author the Prix Guillaume Apollinaire, and it was reissued in Quebec with an introduction by Pierre Nepveu (Editions Typo, 1993).
Rousseau's work was championed by contemporaries including artists Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Edgar Degas, Odilon Redon, Paul Gauguin and the poet Guillaume Apollinaire.
The French writer Guillaume Apollinaire dropped quotation marks long before Reed.
She introduced me to the poetry of Guillaume Apollinaire, suggested particular poems she would like for her book.
In her debut album, Sophie Auster, she sings the translated poetry of Robert Desnos, Guillaume Apollinaire, Paul Eluard, Tristan Tzara, Philippe Soupault, and of course, a few works by her father, Paul Auster.
Extending this collaborative thread was Guillaume Apollinaire and Giorgio de Chirico's Calligrammes, 1930, where, for instance, threads of letters skim the page's surface to suggest trails of rain in an empty sky.