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Antonin Artaud, selected writings / edited, and with an introduction, by Susan Sontag ; translated from the French by Helen Weaver ; notes by Susan Sontag and Don Eric Levine.

By: Artaud, Antonin, 1896-1948Contributor(s): Sontag, Susan, 1933-2004 | Weaver, Helen, 1931-Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: French Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, [1988]Description: lix, 661 pages, [14] pages of plates illustrations 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780520064430; 0520064437Other title: Selected writings [Portion of title]Uniform titles: Works. Selections. Engelska 1988 Subject(s): Artaud, Antonin, 1896-1948 -- Translations into English | Artaud, Antonin, 1896-1948Genre/Form: Translations.DDC classification: 841/.912 LOC classification: PQ2601.R677
Contents:
Five early poems -- Two early essays -- Letters from 1921-23 -- From Bilboquet (1923) -- Correspondence with Jacques Rivière (1923-24) -- Two essays from 1924 -- The umbilicus of limbo (1925) -- From The nerve meter (1925) -- Fragments of a Diary from hell (1925) -- More prose texts from 1925 -- Eighteen seconds, a screenplay (1925-26) -- From Art and death (1925-27) -- In total darkness, or, The surrealist bluff (1927) -- On the Seashell and the clergyman -- On the Alfred Jarry Theater -- Letters from 1927-30 -- Questions and answers on the cinema -- Excerpts from notebooks and private papers (1931-32) -- Letters from 1931 -- For the theater and its double -- Letters from 1932-33 -- From Heliogabalus, or, The anarchist crowned (1934) -- Letters and drafts from 1934-35 -- Excerpts from notebooks and private papers (1935) -- The trip to Mexico (1935) -- From A voyage to the land of the Tarahumara -- Letters from 1937 -- From The new revelations of being (1937) -- Letters from 1940 (Ville-Evrard) -- Letters from 1943-45 (Rodez) -- Two letters from 1946 -- Van Gogh, the man suicided by society (1947) -- Letter to Pierre Loeh (April 23, 1947) -- From Artaud le Momo (1947) -- Indian culture and here lies (1947) -- To have done with the judgment of God, a radio play (1947) -- Last letters.
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"Translated from the French, Oeuvres complètes"--Title page verso.

Originally published: New York : Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, ©1976.

"Writings about Artaud": pages 589-591.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 595-661).

Five early poems -- Two early essays -- Letters from 1921-23 -- From Bilboquet (1923) -- Correspondence with Jacques Rivière (1923-24) -- Two essays from 1924 -- The umbilicus of limbo (1925) -- From The nerve meter (1925) -- Fragments of a Diary from hell (1925) -- More prose texts from 1925 -- Eighteen seconds, a screenplay (1925-26) -- From Art and death (1925-27) -- In total darkness, or, The surrealist bluff (1927) -- On the Seashell and the clergyman -- On the Alfred Jarry Theater -- Letters from 1927-30 -- Questions and answers on the cinema -- Excerpts from notebooks and private papers (1931-32) -- Letters from 1931 -- For the theater and its double -- Letters from 1932-33 -- From Heliogabalus, or, The anarchist crowned (1934) -- Letters and drafts from 1934-35 -- Excerpts from notebooks and private papers (1935) -- The trip to Mexico (1935) -- From A voyage to the land of the Tarahumara -- Letters from 1937 -- From The new revelations of being (1937) -- Letters from 1940 (Ville-Evrard) -- Letters from 1943-45 (Rodez) -- Two letters from 1946 -- Van Gogh, the man suicided by society (1947) -- Letter to Pierre Loeh (April 23, 1947) -- From Artaud le Momo (1947) -- Indian culture and here lies (1947) -- To have done with the judgment of God, a radio play (1947) -- Last letters.

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