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Author: Michel Leiris; Lydia Davis
Publisher: San Franciscso : North Point Press, 1989. ©1989
Edition/Format:   Print book : Essay : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michel Leiris; Lydia Davis
ISBN: 0865473757 9780865473751
OCLC Number: 19125154
Notes: "Originally published in French, 1966"--Title page verso.
Description: 266 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Glossary: My glosses' ossuary (1925) --
Jean-Arthur Rimbaud's adventurous life --
The hieroglyphic monad --
The case of Arnold Schoenberg --
Metaphor --
Civilization --
Joan Miró --
Talkie --
Hans Arp --
Mouth water --
Debacle --
The 1929 Fox Movietone Follies --
man and his insides --
Phantom Africa --
Fred Astaire --
How I wrote certain of my books --
Spain, 1934-1936 --
Erik Satie's humor --
Rafaelillo at Nîmes on October 9 --
Glossary: My glosses' ossuary (1939) --
Epilepsy --
Mallarmé, teacher of morality --
Orestes and the city --
Michel Fardoulis-Lagrange and the poetic novel --
The Martyr Saint Matorel --
Elie Lascaux --
Henri Laurens, or Sculpture in good hands --
Introduction to The Flight --
Bernarda's house --
June days --
Divine words --
"Should Kafka Be Burned?": Response to an inquiry --
The arts and sciences of Marcel Duchamp --
Sartre and Baudelaire --
The ethnographer faced with colonialism --
Stones for a possible Alberto Giacometti --
Note on the use of Catholic chromolithographs by Haitian voodooists --
Art and poetry in the thought of Paul Eluard --
A marionette of Ubu --
Picasso and the human comedy, or the avatars of Big Foot --
The void: Jean Aubier --
Through Tristes Tropiques --
Their morals and ours --
Michel Butor's mythological realism --
Reverdy, everyday poet --
On Raymond Queneau --
Alberto Giacometti (on a postage stamp or medallion) --
A look at Alfred Métraux --
From the impossible Bataille to the impossible Documents --
The imaginary world of André Masson --
Who is Aimé Césaire? (translated by A. James Arnold) --
Opera: Music in action.
Other Titles: Broken branches
Responsibility: by Michel Leiris ; translated by Lydia Davis.

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