Mayakovski


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Al ver una hoz y un martillo amarillos sobre fondo rojo, Mayakovski cree que ha llegado a algun tipo de embajada sovietica.
Besides the above mentioned Mystery-Bouffe by Mayakovski, there was, for example, The Mystery of Freed Labor, staged on May 1,1920 in Petrograd at the portal of the Stock Exchange.
Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovski (1893-1930) es el poeta y dramaturgo revolucionario ruso y una de las figuras mas relevantes de la poesia rusa de comienzos del siglo XX.
Mas concretamente en el ano 1924 cuando comienza a realizar sus primeros retratos fotograficos, aunque ya habia hecho fotomontajes para una revista en la que colaboraba con Mayakovski.
De Coleridge a Mayakovski, la Revolucion ha sido la gran Diosa, la Amada eterna y la gran Puta de poetas y novelistas.
Poetry, he believed, was incapable of producing political change; a text of Lenin's was better than a bad poem by Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovski or Neruda.
For example, Formalism was stimulated by the futurism of Mayakovski and Khlebnikov (Pomorska); the Prague school was more "academic," but still entertained a close dialogue with the Czech avant-garde of the late twenties and thirties; or, among the French structuralists, *the semiologists around Barthes helped to lay the ground rules for some neoavant-gardist experimentation of the "nouveauroman" in the sixties; in France this collaboration led its participants into "post-structuralism.
Pushkin and Dostoyevsky and Mayakovski and Brodsky (scolds and prophets
Moreover, criticism of `bureaucrats' was a live issue from Mayakovski through Ilf and Petrov to the Literaturna gazeta of perestroika.
And, in ending, I wish to quote two lines from Mayakovski, the great Soviet poet.
Never mind, either, the amazing and frantic changes in Moscow in the last decade: a shopping mall across the street from the old Lubyanka prison, a touching museum carved out of the apartment where the poet Mayakovski shot his brains out in despair, outdoor cafes with Muscovites actually enjoying themselves in the Alexander Gardens near the Kremlin walls, political demonstrations of every stripe at the Bolshoi's own doorstep.
La madre de Ginsberg, Noemi, maestra de ninos con sindrome de Down, sufrio los dos fuegos de las opresiones capitalista y comunista (de la America (USA) con tomates envenenados y de la Rusia donde Mayakovski se suicido para escapar de ella; diria con otras palabras Allen, el hijo de comunistas estadounidenses).
Mas ilustrativa aun es la montada en el museo Estatal de Literatura, en donde, bajo el titulo Los doce, se expuso un conjunto de imagenes y ediciones que evocan el poema de Blok del mismo nombre; en ella conviven emigrantes, bolcheviques, antibolcheviques e incluso monarquicos, como son las obras de Vladimir Mayakovski, Ivan Bunin, Zinaida Gippius, Alexander Vertinsky, Demyan Vendi, Anatoli Lunacharski, Aleksey Remizov, Maximilian Voloshin, Marina Tsvetayeva, Valery Bryusov y Maximo Gorki.
In contrast to the static monuments of the past, Ioganson had invented a mode of construction that was dynamic, adaptable to all kinds of purposes (Vladimir Mayakovski quickly perceived its potential use in bridges and other architectural structures), and highly economical (thus pertaining directly to the shortage of materials that was nearly bringing Soviet industry to a halt).