Tag Archives: Guillaume Apollinaire

Provincialism and the Gentrification of Anglo-American Poetry, Part II

The Poète Maudit In The Rules of Art, Pierre Bourdieu identifies a major pattern shift occurring in the social ranks as a result of the 19th century industrial revolution.  The rise of the bourgeoisie, of course, and the increase of itinerant … Continue reading

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René Taupin’s André Salmon

André Salmon was important to the “Objectivists” because he, “like his friend Guillaume Apollinaire,” was among “the generation which devolved from Symbolism.” The methods which they “devolved” were similar to that of the “Objectivists.” Symbolism discarded, André Salmon now wrote … Continue reading

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To: The Membership and Interested Parties From: Chinee, Grand Poobah, NBBPS Subject: The Birth Of Modern Poetry One hundred years ago poetry got modern, and all because of the laziness of one poet. That happened when Guillaume Apollinaire picked up … Continue reading

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Wheelbarrow, Chickens, Weather

To: The Membership and Interested Parties From: Chinee, Grand Poobah RE: Wheelbarrow, Chickens, Weather                    A Kodak Moment Let it be said, no truer words in the annals of poetry, that so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with … Continue reading

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