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Manifesto della donna futurista

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Paperback, 88 pages
Published 2006 by Il Nuovo Melangolo (first published January 1st 2005)
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Apr 28, 2016 Yann rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition


Valentine de Saint-Point(1875-1953) est une artiste française, auteur de roman et de poésies, danseuse, lointaine descendante de Lamartine. Dans ces différents petits manifestes, il s'agit de réagir aux Manifestes Futuristes du bouillonnant et histrionique Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, principal promoteur et animateur du mouvement futuriste. Parmi les provocations que ce contempteur de l'ordre ancien avait commises, outre la glorification de la guerre, il y avait Le mépris de la femme dans lequel i
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Sep 13, 2013 One-Eyed Pak rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
À la lecture du « Manifeste de la femme futuriste » (1912), on ne peut qu'être sous le choc de cette voix puissante qui invite les femmes au désordre et à la brutalité. D'une violence qui n'a rien à envier au « Scum Manifesto » (1967) de Valerie Solanas, Valentine de Saint-Point écrit que c'est « la brute qu'il faut proposer pour modèle » autant pour les femmes que les hommes qui manquent tous, selon elle, de virilité. Le petit livre publié aux éditions Mille et une nuits rassemble d'autres ...more
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Valentine de Saint-Point, born Anna Jeanne Valentine Marianne Glans de Cessiat-Vercell, was a woman of letters and a French artist. She was a writer, poet, painter, playwright, art critic, choreographer, lecturer and journalist. She is primarily known for being the first woman to have written a futurist manifesto, but was also active in Parisian salons, and the associated literary and artistic ...more
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