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Title Back to the Futurists : the avant-garde and its legacy / edited by Elza Adamowicz and Simona Storchi.
Uniform title JSTOR EBA.
Publisher Manchester Manchester University Press, 2013.



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Contents Introduction -- Engaging the crowd : the futurist manifesto as avant-garde advertisement -- Heroes/heroinse of futurist culture : oltreuomo/oltredonna -- 'Out of touch' : F.T. Marinetti's Il tattilismo and the futurist critique of separation -- La bomba-romanzo esplosivo, or Dada's burning heart -- Futurist canons and the development of avant-garde historiography (futurism-expressionism-Dadaism) -- 'An infinity of living forms, representative of the absolute'? Reading futurism with Pierre Albert-Birot as witness, creative collaborator and dissenter -- The dispute over simultaneity : Boccioni-Delaunay, interpretational error or Bergsonian practice? -- Fernand Leger's La noce : the bride stripped here? -- Noctural itineraries : occultism and metamorphic self in Florentine futurism -- 'A hysterical hullo-bullo about motor cars' : the Vorticist critique of futurism, 1914-1919 -- Futurist performance, 1910-1916 -- Le roi Bombance : the original futurist cookbook? -- The cult of the 'expressive' in Italian futurist poetry : new challenges to reading -- Visual approaches to futurist aeropoetry -- The untameables : language and politics in Gramsci and Marinetti -- The dark side of futurism : Manetti and technological war -- Rethinking interdisciplinarity : futurist cinema as metamedium -- A very beautiful day after tomorrow : Luca Buvoli and the legacy of futurism.
ISBN 1526102005
9781526102003
0719090539
9780719090530
1526116871
9781526116871
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Subject Futurism (Art) -- Italy.
Futurism (Literary movement) -- Italy.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- European -- Italian.
Alt author Adamowicz, Elza, editor.
Storchi, Simona, editor.
Uniform title JSTOR EBA.
Descript electronic text
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Descript Bibliography
Note Access restricted to authorised ANU users only. ANU
Contents Introduction -- Engaging the crowd : the futurist manifesto as avant-garde advertisement -- Heroes/heroinse of futurist culture : oltreuomo/oltredonna -- 'Out of touch' : F.T. Marinetti's Il tattilismo and the futurist critique of separation -- La bomba-romanzo esplosivo, or Dada's burning heart -- Futurist canons and the development of avant-garde historiography (futurism-expressionism-Dadaism) -- 'An infinity of living forms, representative of the absolute'? Reading futurism with Pierre Albert-Birot as witness, creative collaborator and dissenter -- The dispute over simultaneity : Boccioni-Delaunay, interpretational error or Bergsonian practice? -- Fernand Leger's La noce : the bride stripped here? -- Noctural itineraries : occultism and metamorphic self in Florentine futurism -- 'A hysterical hullo-bullo about motor cars' : the Vorticist critique of futurism, 1914-1919 -- Futurist performance, 1910-1916 -- Le roi Bombance : the original futurist cookbook? -- The cult of the 'expressive' in Italian futurist poetry : new challenges to reading -- Visual approaches to futurist aeropoetry -- The untameables : language and politics in Gramsci and Marinetti -- The dark side of futurism : Manetti and technological war -- Rethinking interdisciplinarity : futurist cinema as metamedium -- A very beautiful day after tomorrow : Luca Buvoli and the legacy of futurism.
ISBN 1526102005
9781526102003
0719090539
9780719090530
1526116871
9781526116871
Subject Futurism (Art) -- Italy.
Futurism (Literary movement) -- Italy.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- European -- Italian.
Alt author Adamowicz, Elza, editor.
Storchi, Simona, editor.
Uniform title JSTOR EBA.

Subject Futurism (Art) -- Italy.
Futurism (Literary movement) -- Italy.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- European -- Italian.
Descript electronic text
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Descript Bibliography
Note Access restricted to authorised ANU users only. ANU
Contents Introduction -- Engaging the crowd : the futurist manifesto as avant-garde advertisement -- Heroes/heroinse of futurist culture : oltreuomo/oltredonna -- 'Out of touch' : F.T. Marinetti's Il tattilismo and the futurist critique of separation -- La bomba-romanzo esplosivo, or Dada's burning heart -- Futurist canons and the development of avant-garde historiography (futurism-expressionism-Dadaism) -- 'An infinity of living forms, representative of the absolute'? Reading futurism with Pierre Albert-Birot as witness, creative collaborator and dissenter -- The dispute over simultaneity : Boccioni-Delaunay, interpretational error or Bergsonian practice? -- Fernand Leger's La noce : the bride stripped here? -- Noctural itineraries : occultism and metamorphic self in Florentine futurism -- 'A hysterical hullo-bullo about motor cars' : the Vorticist critique of futurism, 1914-1919 -- Futurist performance, 1910-1916 -- Le roi Bombance : the original futurist cookbook? -- The cult of the 'expressive' in Italian futurist poetry : new challenges to reading -- Visual approaches to futurist aeropoetry -- The untameables : language and politics in Gramsci and Marinetti -- The dark side of futurism : Manetti and technological war -- Rethinking interdisciplinarity : futurist cinema as metamedium -- A very beautiful day after tomorrow : Luca Buvoli and the legacy of futurism.
Alt author Adamowicz, Elza, editor.
Storchi, Simona, editor.
ISBN 1526102005
9781526102003
0719090539
9780719090530
1526116871
9781526116871

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