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The Heresiarch & Co.
A collection of outrageous short stories about heretics, provincial romantics, and adventurers in crime, The Heresiarch & Co. was Apollinaire’s... Les mer
The Education of the Stoic
“I transferred to Teive my speculations on certainty, which lunatics have in greater abundance than anyone.” Portuguese author Fernando Pessoa... Les mer
Watchfiends And Rack Screams
Among Antonin Artaud’s most brilliant works are the scatological glossolalia composed in the final three years of his life (1945-1948), during and... Les mer
Everybody’s Autobiography
In 1937 Gertrude Stein wrote a sequel to The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, but this darker and more complex work has been long misunderstood and... Les mer
Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), inventor of his own personal branch of Dadaism called "Merz," is best known for his collages and for his... Les mer
Give My Regards to Eighth Street
"What was great about the fifties is that for one brief moment — maybe, say, six weeks — nobody understood art. That’s why it all... Les mer
The Poet Assassinated
Apollinaire was modernism’s first champion, and after his early death in 1918, he became its first saint. Lying in a hospital bed in 1915,... Les mer
The Supermale
Alfred Jarry (1873-1907) was the original transgressive author; the first word of his famous play Ubu Roi — "Shittr!" — changed the... Les mer
Paris Peasant
Paris Peasant (1926) is one of the central works of Surrealism, a work that helps define the movement itself; yet this is the first U.S. publication... Les mer
Adventures Of Telemachus
This is the first paperback edition in English of one of the most important and entertaining works of Surrealist fiction. Aragon’s 1922 novel... Les mer
Revolution of the Word
Jerome Rothenberg has raised the anthology to an art form. His most recent publication, Poems for the Millennium (University of California Press,... Les mer
Salvador Dalí’s writings from the period in which he was most closely allied with the Surrealists have never before been translated into English.... Les mer
The Hearing Trumpet
Leonora Carrington, the distinguished British-born Surrealist painter who now makes her home in Mexico City, is also a writer of extraordinary... Les mer
The Blue Octavo Notebooks
From late 1917 until June 1919, Franz Kafka stopped writing entries in his diary, which he kept in quarto-sized notebooks, but continued to write in... Les mer
The Death & Letters of Alice James
Alice James (1848-1892) was the sister of Henry and William James, as literary as her more famous brothers, but — as was typical for a Victorian... Les mer
Aurelia & Other Writings
Aurélia is a document of dreams, obsession, and insanity. An account of Nerval’s unrequited passion for an actress and subsequent descent into... Les mer
Composition in Retrospect
Written in his characteristic “mesostics” (linked lines of prose poetry), Composition in Retrospect is a statement of methodology in which John... Les mer
Maldoror & the Complete Works
André Breton wrote that Maldoror is "the expression of a revelation so complete it seems to exceed human potential." Little is known about... Les mer
Last Nights of Paris
Written in 1928 by one of the founders of the Surrealist movement, and translated the following year by William Carlos Williams (the two had been... Les mer
Hebdomeros & other writings
The artist Giorgio de Chirico’s novel Hebdomeros is astonishing dream-like book of situations and landscapes reminiscent of his paintings. In his... Les mer
Dark Spring
Dark Spring is an autobiographical coming-of-age novel that reads more like an exorcism than a memoir. In it author Unica Zürn traces the roots to... Les mer
A Voice Through a Cloud
A Voice through a Cloud is English novelist Denton Welch's heartbreaking account of his recovery from a bicycling accident that left him partially... Les mer
Maiden Voyage
Maiden Voyage is an account of author Denton Welch's sixteenth year, when he ran away from his English public school and was then sent to Shanghai to... Les mer
In Youth is Pleasure
First published in 1945, In Youth is Pleasure is a beautiful and unassuming coming-of-age novel by the English writer and painter Denton Welch... Les mer