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Eugene Jolas : critical writings, 1924-1951

Author: Eugène Jolas; Klaus H Kiefer; Rainer Rumold
Publisher: Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press, 2009.
Series: AGM collection.
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Presents a collection of Eugene Jolas' works. This book includes introductions to anthologies, manifestoes like the famous Vertical, essays, some published here for the first time, on writers as  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Quelle
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Named Person: Eugène Jolas; Eugène Jolas; Eugène Jolas
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugène Jolas; Klaus H Kiefer; Rainer Rumold
ISBN: 9780810125810 0810125811 9780810117716 0810117711
OCLC Number: 144521555
Description: xxiv, 598 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Rambles through literary Paris --
Revolution of the word: transition manifestoes and history --
Proclamation ("Revolution of the word," June 1929) --
The novel is dead? Long live the novel (November 1929) --
Preface to the new Transition (March 1932) --
What is the revolution of language? (February 1933) --
Frontierless decade (April-May 1938) --
Transition: an Occidental workshop, 1927-1938 --
The language of the night --
The revolution of language in Elizabethan theater (June-July 1933) --
The king's English is dying: long live the great American language (June 1930) --
The language of the night --
Wanted: a new symbolical language! (March 1932) --
Wanted: a new communicative language! (March 1932) --
Confession about grammar (February 1933) --
Introduction to the negro who sings --
Race and language (June 1936) --
Inquiry into the spirit and language of the night (April-May 1938) --
Preface to Words from the deluge --
Logos (June 1929) --
From Jabberwocky to "lettrism" (January 1948) --
From Romanticism to the avant-garde --
Romanticism and the dream (June 1936) --
Romanticism is not dead --
Pan-romanticism in the atomic age --
Romanticism and metapolitics (after 1949) --
Stars and angels: homage to G. Th. Fechner, romantic savant and visionary --
Prolegomenon, or white Romanticism and the mythos of ascension (undated) --
Surrealism and romanticism (undated) --
Surrealism ave atque vale --
Crisis of man and language: verticalist/vertigralist manifestoes --
On the quest (December 1927) --
Notes on reality (November 1929) --
Preface to transition stories --
Literature and the new man (June 1930) --
Night-mind and day-mind (March 1932) --
Poetry is vertical (March 1932) --
The primal personality (February 1933) --
Twilight of the horizontal age (February 1933) --
Vertigralist transmutation (July 1935) --
Paramyths (July 1935) --
Workshop (July 1935) --
Vertigral (June 1936) --
Vertigralist pamphlet --
The quest and the myth --
Poetry of ascent --
Threefold ascent: verticalist manifesto (August 1941) --
Literary encounters --
Novalis --
Homage to Novalis (November 1929) --
Novalis, the mystic visionary (undated) --
Novalis, or the white Romanticism (January 15, 1951) --
Goethe --
The case of Goethe: was he a heroic figure or merely a philistine? (March 1932) --
Gide --
André Gide, mystic and dionysian (July 13, 1924) --
Kafka --
Franz Kafka's stories and ascending Romanticism --
Trakl --
Georg Trakl, poetry (January 15, 1951) --
Benn --
Gottfried Benn (August 1927) --
Jünger --
Ernst Jünger and the twilight of nihilism (November 1951) --
Breton --
André Breton's surrealism in 1950 (June 1950) --
Joyce --
The revolution of language and James Joyce (February 1928) --
Marginalia to James Joyce's work in progress (February 1933) --
Homage to the mythmaker (April-May 1938) --
My friend James Joyce (March-April 1941) --
Elucidation of James Joyce's monomyth: explication of Finnegans Wake (July 1948) --
Literature, culture, and politics --
Super-occident (February 1929) --
Goodbye to yesterday (October 1940) --
Toward a metaphysical renascence? (October 1940-March 1941) --
Super-occident and the Atlantic language (June 1941) --
Arts and letters in Latin America (July 1941) --
German letters in ruins: a report from Frankfurt (July 4, 1948) --
The migrator and his language (undated) --
Across frontiers --
Some notes on existentialism, Martin Heidegger, and poetry sales (November 1, 1949) --
Reemergence of Heidegger (November 1949) --
Heidegger in the atomic age (November 1949) --
Irrealism, immoralism, concretism (November 8, 1949) --
Origin and aim of history (November 15, 1949) --
A German nationalist (December 6, 1949) --
The absent avant-garde (February 7, 1950) --
German letters today (February 21, 1950) --
Negro culture (March 14, 1950) --
Franco-German cultural exchanges (March 21, 1950) --
German literary trends (May 23, 1950) --
Appendix: biography of Eugène Jolas.
Series Title: AGM collection.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Klaus H. Kiefer and Rainer Rumold.

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