Published January 1, 2003
by Charles H Kerr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||156|
Revolution in the Service of the Marvelous Rosemont remarks in his introduction: "As a book about surrealism, this is also inevitably a book about freedom, desire, surprise, love, play, humor, black music, painting, collage, dance, film, ecology, subversion, revolt and revolution. Above all it is concerned with the practice of poetry. With that in mind, it is interesting to note that the top contributors to Ron Paul's campaign were armed forces' members, in service, or retired. As Tim Collins is cited as saying to his troops before entering Iraq (and I paraphrase): 'Remember /5(K). Get this from a library! Revolution in the service of the marvelous: surrealist contributions to the critique of miserabilism. [Franklin Rosemont]. REVOLUTION IN THE SERVICE OF THE MARVELOUS contains twenty essays by one of contemporary surrealism's major poets and theorists, Chicago Surrealist Group co-founder Franklin Rosemont. These essays focus on ways in which surrealist perspectiveshave continued to evolve and expand since the movement's worldwide resurgence in the s.
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