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The Brief Cengage Handbook, 2016 MLA Update by Laurie G. Kirszner,Stephen R. Mandell Book Summary:
THE BRIEF CENGAGE HANDBOOK, 8th Edition, provides students with extensive coverage of rhetorical concerns, the writing and research process, composing in digital environments and in various genres, and other topics essential for 21st century student writers. This versatile and proven text is a uniquely effective guide to help students develop the critical thinking, reading, and writing skills they need to become successful communicators in college and beyond. Experienced teachers and collaborative writing partners throughout their careers, Kirszner and Mandell bring an in-the-trenches pragmatic understanding of instructor and student needs to every page of this edition. This edition has been updated to reflect guidelines from the 2016 MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
A Companion to British Art by David Peters Corbett Book Summary:
This companion is a collection of newly-commissioned essays written by leading scholars in the field, providing a comprehensive introduction to British art history. A generously-illustrated collection of newly-commissioned essays which provides a comprehensive introduction to the history of British art Combines original research with a survey of existing scholarship and the state of the field Touches on the whole of the history of British art, from 800-2000, with increasing attention paid to the periods after 1500 Provides the first comprehensive introduction to British art of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, one of the most lively and innovative areas of art-historical study Presents in depth the major preoccupations that have emerged from recent scholarship, including aesthetics, gender, British art’s relationship to Modernity, nationhood and nationality, and the institutions of the British art world
Advantage Books: The Pocket Wadsworth Handbook by Laurie Kirszner,Stephen Mandell Book Summary:
This fourth edition of THE POCKET WADSWORTH HANDBOOK provides up-to-date, realistic advice for today's students in the digital age. Instructors and students alike will find it clearly written, thorough, easy to navigate, and indispensable for use in college courses and beyond. As the authors of several composition handbooks, Kirszner and Mandell are consistently praised for their instinct for teaching, clarity, and student-friendliness. Teachers themselves, the authors have successfully brought their student-centered approach to their discussion of writing. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
The Yale Anthology of Twentieth-century French Poetry by Mary Ann Caws Book Summary:
An influential social thinker, the late Richard Harvey Brown was professor of sociology at the University of Maryland and the author of Toward a Democratic Science: Scientific Narration and Civic Communication, published by Yale University Press.
André Breton by André Breton Book Summary:
"This is a kind of "essence of Breton", variously translated by some of our finest writers, each of whom highlights different facets of Breton's complex work. Mark Polizzotti's useful introduction provides context and a brief analysis of the artist and his times."—Diane di Prima, author of Recollections of My Life as a Woman "Mark Polizzotti, who is a poet, a translator, and the author of the definitive biography of André Breton, has chosen stellar translations of Breton's dazzling poetry and placed it in its lively context. This shapely introduction to the life and work of André Breton is smart, concise, and exciting. I cannot imagine a better one."—Ron Padgett, poet and translator of The Complete Poems of Blaise Cendrars "The Poets for the Millennium Series generally and André Breton's Selected Works specifically offers a workable image of an author and the work and the conjuncture, all at once. What comes across is a vivid presentation of Andre Breton not just as an art czar, a manifesto merchant, but a serious, haunted, inventive and strangely profound poet of the imagination, who invented or archeologized new ways of dreaming, but insisted on bearing witness with them in the actual world. Polizzotti does justice--as I think no other writer has--to the double burden of Breton's work."—Robert Kelly "A superbly chosen selection of Breton's poetry and prose, translated in every case with an elegant intelligence, and preceded by an unusually thorough introduction showing quite exactly how the poet's life informed each epoch of his work. It proves again the remarkable un-boringness of Breton, and how important he is now to our own poetry and to us.—Mary Ann Caws, author of The Surrealist Look: An Erotics of Encounter and editor of The Surrealist Painters and Poets
Manifesto by Mary Ann Caws,Distinguished Professor of English French and Comparative Literature Mary Ann Caws Book Summary:
The first anthology of its kind, Manifesto features over two hundred artistic and cultural manifestos from a wide range of countries. The manifesto, a public statement that sets forth the tenets of a forthcoming, existing, or potential movement or "ism"—or that plays on the idea of one—became in various modernisms a crucial and forceful vehicle for artists, writers, and other intellectuals to express their ideas about the direction of aesthetics and society. Included in this collection are texts ranging from Kurt Schwitters's Cow Manifesto to those written in the name of well-known movements—imagism, cubism, surrealism, symbolism, vorticism, projectivism—and less well-known ones—lettrism, acmeism, concretism, rayonism. Also covered are expressionist, Dada, and futurist movements from French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Latin American perspectives, as well as local movements, such as Brazilian hallucinism. Influential, startling, unsettling, amusing, and continually engaging, these modernist manifestos give voice to a fascinating array of ideas and opinions that will prove invaluable to scholars and students of nineteenth and twentieth-century art, literature, and culture.
Au Pays Des Merveilles by Ilene Susan Fort,Teresa Arcq,Terri Geis Book Summary:
Features the work of 48 Mexican and U.S.-based women artists whose contributions to the surrealist movement span more than four decades, from the 1930s to the 1970s, and whose work was both influential and radical in its own right. Includes essays exploring the effects of geography and gender on the movement, biographies of the artists with photographic portraits, and an image gallery arranged by artist.
Surrealist Women by Penelope Rosemont Book Summary:
Surrealist Women displays the range and significance of women's contributions to surrealism. Penelope Rosemont, affiliated with the Paris Surrealist Group in the 1960s and now a Chicago poet and painter, has assembled nearly three hundred texts by ninety-six women from twenty-eight countries. She opens the book with a succinct summary of surrealism's basic aims and principles, followed by a discussion of the place of gender in the origins of the movement.The texts are organised into historical periods ranging from the 1920s to the present, with introductions describing trends in the movement for each period; and each surrealist's work is prefaced by a brief biographical statement. Authors include El Allailly, Bruna, Cunard, Carrington, Cesaire, Gauthier, Giovanna, van Hirtum, Kahlo, Levy, Mansour, Mitrani, Pailthorpe, Joyce Peters, Rahon, Svankmajerova, Taub, Zangana
Le grand camouflage by Suzanne Césaire Book Summary:
" Ici les poètes sentent chavirer leur tête, et humant les odeurs fraîches des ravins, ils s'emparent de la gerbe des îles, ils écoutent le bruit de l'eau autour d'elles, ils voient s'aviver les flammes tropicales non plus aux balisiers, aux gerberas, aux hibiscus, aux bougainvilliers, aux flamboyants, mais aux faims, aux peurs, aux haines, à la férocité qui brûlent dans les creux des mornes. C'est ainsi que l'incendie de la Caraïbe souffle ses vapeurs silencieuses, aveuglantes pour les seuls yeux qui savent voir... " Suzanne Césaire, Tropiques, 1945
Clair de terre / Le Revolver à cheveux blancs /L'Air de l'eau / Mont de Piété by André Breton Book Summary:
'André Breton, parmi tous les poètes vivants, est certainement le plus grand. Cela ne fait aucun doute pour tous ceux qui, ayant lu Novalis, Nerval, Rimbaud, Lautréamont, Apollinaire, ont découvert dans la poésie la plus complète recréation possible de l'être humain. Cela ne fait aucun doute pour tous ceux qui reconnaissent la poésie comme une révolution qui se décide minute par minute, partout où elle se manifeste librement et sans limites. Cela ne fait aucun doute pour tous ceux qui refusent de compartimenter la poésie selon les fichiers des historiens et des professeurs, et qui, dans l'amour, dans l'érotisme, dans l'action politique, dans la vie quotidienne, dans le raisonnement et dans le rêve, ressentent le besoin fondamental de tout déborder, de tout faire éclater, de tout surmonter, de tout réinventer. Cela ne fait aucun doute, enfin, pour tous ceux qui savent retrouver dans une page des Vases Communicants, par exemple la page 124 de la dernière édition, la même pensée, la même vie, oui, exactement la même pensée et la même vie, pour tout dire la même exigence et le même risque, que dans Il y aura une fois, la stupéfiante préface au Revolver à cheveux blancs, ou dans n'importe quel poème de Clair de Terre.' Alain Jouffroy, 3 juillet 1966.