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Seven Dada Manifestos and Lampisteries
Tentatively, Convenience's review
Jan 27, 2008
Not exactly the same edition I have but close enuf. Tzara was, of course, a primary dadaist & surrealist, etc. The dadaists were, IMO, much more interesting than the surrealists as writers. So READ THIS. It saddened me when I learned that when Tzara died his library was auctioned off. I mean, didn't he have any friends to will it to? Or whatever? Just think of how incredible his library must've been.
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message 1: by Slackyb (new)
May 18, 2017 07:17AM
This is one of my favorite books. I see it as handbook for how to live and get by. I would say the same about Pierre Cabanne's Dialogues with Duchamp.
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