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The life and works of surrealist Philippe Soupault (1897-1990) : parallel lives

Author: Keith Aspley
Publisher: Lewiston N.Y. : E. Mellen Press, ©2001.
Series: Studies in French literature (Lewiston, N.Y.), 51.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The first study in English devoted to Philippe Soupault, one of the founder-members of the Surrealist movement. Although he regarded himself primarily as a poet, he also wrote novels, a number of  Read more...

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Named Person: Philippe Soupault; Philippe Soupault; Philippe Soupault; Philippe Soupault
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Aspley
ISBN: 0773473580 9780773473584
OCLC Number: 46928856
Description: xviii, 340 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: CHAPTER 1 The Autobiographical Writings --
1. Histoire d'un Blanc (1927) --
2. Apprendre a vivre (1977) --
3. Memoires de l'Oubli 1914-1923 (1981) --
4. Mimoires de l'Oubli 1923-1926 (1986) --
5. Mimoires de l'Oubli 1927-1933 (1997) --
6. Vingt mille et un jours (1980) --
7. Journal d'unfantome (1946) --
CHAPTER 2 The Poet --
1. Aquarium (1917) --
2. Rose des vents (1919) --
3. Les Champs magnitiques (1920) --
4. Westwego (1922) --
5. Georgia (1926) --
6. Poesies completes 1917-1937 (1937) --
7. The Poetry of the 1940s and 1950s --
8. The Twilight Years: Crepuscules (1960-71) and beyond --
CHAPTER 3 Life as Fiction --
1. Le Bon Apotre (1923) --
2. A la Dirive (1923) --
3. Les Freres Durandeau (1924) --
4. Voyage d'Horace Pirouelle (1925) --
5. En Joue! (1925) --
6. Corps perdu (1926)/Le coeur d'or (1927) --
7. Le Negre (1927) --
8. Les Dernieres Nuits de Paris (1928) --
9. Le Grand Homme (1929) --
10. Les Moribonds (1934) --
CHAPTER 4 The 'Lives and Works' --
1. Henri Rousseau, le Douanier --
2. Lautriamont --
3. William Blake --
4. Jean Lur, at (1928) --
5. Paolo Uccello (1929) --
6. Chariot (1931) --
7. Baudelaire (1931) --
8. Eugene Labiche (1945) --
CHAPTER 5 'All the World's a Stage' --
1. S'il vous plait and Vous m'oublierez --
2. A vous dejouer! (1980) --
3. Littdrature and La Rdvolution surrdaliste --
4. Ecrits de cindma 1918-1931 (1979) --
5. Newspapers, Radio, Television --
6. 'And all the men and women merely players' --
CONCLUSION --
Select Bibliography --
Index.
Series Title: Studies in French literature (Lewiston, N.Y.), 51.
Responsibility: Keith Aspley.
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