Alcools by APOLLINAIRE, Guillaume

Apollinaire is a pivotal figure in the history of French poetry. Friend of Picasso, albeit a sometimes volatile one, inventor of the term ‘surrealism’ and the poem without punctuation, he advocated a poetry that was direct and intuitive, free of any refined intellectualism. Alcools, published in 1913, represents his most significant collection of poems. (Résumé par Malone)
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