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Michael Richardson · 3 read & download free read Þ eBook or Kindle ePUB · Michael Richardson The Dedalus Book of Surrealism I The Identity of Things The Identity of Things Vol 1 review ´ 103 Hor › Visit 's Gary Lachman Page Find all the books read about the author and See search results for this author Are you an author? Learn about Author Central Gary Lachman Author out of stars ratings See all formats and editions Slav Sisters The Dedalus Book of Russian Slav Sisters The Dedalus Book of Russian Women's Literature Edited by Natasha Perova Cover design Marie Lane This anthology illustrates the evolution of Russian women's writing over the th centuryIt wasn't until the s that women authors finally made a The Dedalus Book of Decadence Moral Ruins The Dedalus Book of Decadence looks south to sample the essence of fine French decadent writing It succeeds in delivering a range of writers either searching vigorously for the thrill of a healthy crime or lamenting their impuissance from a sickly stupor Andrew St George in The Independent An invaluable sampler of spleen everything from Baudelaire and Rimbaud to Dowson and Flecker Let's The Dedalus Book of French Horror The th The Dedalus Book of French Horror The th Century Paperback – January by Terry Hale Editor Translator Liz Heron Translator out of stars ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price New from Used from Kindle Please retry Paperback Please retry Kindle Read with Our Free App Paperback The Dedalus Book of Surrealism The Identity of The Dedalus Book of Surrealism book Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers Book by The Dedalus Book of Flemish Fantasy Autres Achat Livre The Dedalus Book of Flemish Fantasy Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en jour ou en magasin avec % de rduction The Dedalus Book of German Decadence Voices of It’s hardly necessary to say that The Dedalus Book of German Decadence Voices from the Abyss is fabulous All the Dedalus anthologies are fabulous And as alway. Seemingly the ideal surrealist anthology for me while spanning the 20th century and seventeen countries it hones directly in on typically underrepresented surrealist prose fiction veering around poetry and theory essays both well represented elsewhere and generally less thrilling to me Of course these aren t always thrilling either inevitably there are a number that read like strings of barely related images or disjointed accounts dreams which may be exactly what they are but there are also gems strange and uniue in the manner that sent me chasing surrealist texts in the first place and often otherwise unavailable in translation making this and its companion second volume pretty priceless collections Now hopefully the real finds in here can lead me on to other works from those writers Notes of the contents mostly for my own referenceAndre Breton and Philippe Soupault White Gloves evidentally from the first specifically surrealist prose work Les Champs Magnetiues Probably of historical relevance than actual writing interest which I suppose is to be expected Sets the early chaotic dream image templateRaymond ueneau Destiny ueneau later broke with the surrealists and later formed the oulipo Given that even he finds his story here boring it s not so hard to imagine that his muse lay elsewhereJean Ferry Letter to an Unknown Person Apparently best known as a screenwriter my only brush with him in that area was his dialogue for Daughters of Darkness But his story here was the first real stand out an attempt to describe and warn of a strange island mistakenly disembarked atYou must have experienced the sensation of stepping forward in the darkness thinking that it is the last step on the stairs only to find that it isn t there You are thrown momentarily into a state of complete disarray Or when in your bed no matter how much care you take before falling asleep your legs suddenly slacken and you fall you don t know where Ah well in this country it s always like that Everything is made of the same material as that absent stepSalvidor Dali Reverie I m actually not such a fan of many of Dali s paintings but this dissection of his desires in which he meticulously maps out a series of scenes in an old home mentally burning down walls and moving the sun to ensure the optimal tableaux will come before his voyeuristic inner eye It feels extremely honest and exposed in some way and is somewhat disconcerting for that but perhaps everyone s inner lives are disconcerting when written outFernand Dumont The Region of the Heart A favorite a strange voyage to a castle out of time and place Has of a stable narrative dirve than much of the early surrealist periodJindrich Styrsky Emilie Comes to Me in a Dream Czech collagist passionate dream diarist and publisher of Edition 69 I think this partiuclar dream vision of his dead sister was included in that other volume but it may just be that Styrsky s sister was a freuent player in his sleep scenes as seems to have been the caseRene Menil The Dictator A key representative with Suzanne and Aime Cesaire of the surprisingly influential Martiniuan surrealism that spawned the Tropiues series of journals during WWII Here detailing a speech by a despot who orders his subjects to be free accompanied by detailed descriptions of a kind of mirror based light show Inaugurates a series of dictator based pieces hereLeonora Carrington The Royal Summons which is already a favorite of crazed nobility and court plotting from her among her earliest pieces collected in The Oval LadyBejamin Peret whose often somewhat automatic sounding texts are nonetheless full of charm Unlike nearly all the others here there s a book of his stories in English In print even I saw it at the StrandFrancois Valorbe In the Town of Eps oh those uncaring aristocrats and their ever hazardous invisible cars Slight but amusingLise Deharme The Wind People are not as wary of the wind as they should be A kind of explanation and variation on the wind becoming a fairy tale rather grounded despite its airy topic than many of the brief stories surrounding it I d love to read one of Deharme s 12 novels but none have been translated from French sadly Octavio Paz Marvels of Will Previously I d known the Mexican poet via Bolano s apparent contempt for him in The Savage Detectives but here a brief effective piece on the dangers of wordsAnneliese Hager The Chain Probably one of the dream recorders of the bunch but if so her dreams have a rare conceptual cohesion and eerie sense of place When I open my eyes again everything has gone I stand and glare at a black lake On the shore is a bench when I am about to sit down the lake has gone and the bank is a high staircase with many steps To the left and right black walls At the very top a little light shines through a crackAgustin Espinoza Founded a surrealist group in the canary islands and authored two fever dreams here both seemingly driven by bitterness over failed relationships but rendered with such fervent images as to become interesting I like the second Angelus in particular a strange vision that presages a murder fittingly taken from his 1934 collection CrimenLouis Aragon Enter the Succubus Another of the major early players 20s surrealism later plummeted from grace This was my first encounter with him via a helpful classification and description of several types of succubiNelly Kaplan Beware the Panther as with Lise Deharme I ve been desperate to read some Kaplan ever since hearing of her in Surrealist Women An International Anthology but nothing of hers is in English besides a film theory book on Abel Gance with whom she worked upon arriving in Paris from Argentina drawn there by the ruins of a Temple of Isis if I m recalling her strange bio Anyway the excerpt there from one of her novels M moires d une liseuse de draps 1974 was fantastic as is this this personal account by an ageless were creature from her debut story collection Le R servoir des sens 1966 This is another case that is going to drive me to an attempt to read in French for the first time in years I can see At least her films have been translated Surrealist Women believes her to be the only female director of feature filmsJoyce Mansour Dolman the Malefic The Egyptian writer s account of a lesser demon harried by the Devil s amorous designs tends towards the messy and chaotic a bit but some of the descriptions tend that way in the most memorable wayHe soaked completely in artificially purulent wounds tried to lose himself in abominable orgies of frenzy that almost always ended with the bloody death of the actors or the birth of a mutant boredom still ceaselessly imposed itselfRikki Ducornet The Monkey Lover A fairy tale from Baclava supposedly but the apparent non existence of any non food baclava suggests that Ducornet s story of unsuitable marriage is her own From The Complete Butcher s Tales which I d like to read soonHendrik Cramer The Mirage Child Dutch born traveler and folklorist here fashioning his own cautionary tale from bits eually at home in Yoruba or Inuit myth among probably many othersJulien Grac The Cold Wind of the Night The slightest descriptive vignette but Grac is one of the few surrealists with multiple translated novels so much to be had where this came fromAndre Pieyre de Mandiargues Clorinde Opening a seuence of strong tragic hued stories on destroyed loves an example of how not to treat people you ve just met unless you want them to be devoured by birds He wrote several novels and stories developed into cult though I d say lackluster films by Walerian Borowczyk it seems but they ve been translated into English at least Alberto Savinio The Garden of Eden A rather unsettling story about the eternal search for perfection embodied by capturing ephemeral life in eternal preservation Thematically not so far from the third part of Taxidermia but opening with a long humorous discussion of a novelty shop in order to set up those themes Incidentally the brother of de ChircoMarcel Marian The Other of these last three this one really ramps up into disturbia Good but actually horrifyingLise Deharme A Strange Night Also great a postcard from an off season hotel again why is no one translating Deharme Must I try to do it myself The metal planet relationship A study of celestial influence rather unsettling story about the eternal search for perfection embodied by capturing ephemeral life in eternal preservation Thematically not so far from the third part of Taxidermia but opening with a long humorous discussion of a novelty shop in order to set up those themes Incidentally the brother of de ChircoMarcel Marian The Other of these last three this one Lord Tedric Alien Realms A star book really 6 Verses That Can Change Your Life ramps up into disturbia Good but actually horrifyingLise Deharme A Strange Night Also great a postcard from an off season hotel again why is no one translating Deharme Must I try to do it myself

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Admittedly this was a bit of a difficult read for me at least as first It was my bedtime read and I figured the dream like aspect of a lot of Surrealist stuff would be conducive and it was perhaps too much so Partly though it has to do with the odd thing this book is trying to achieve The Surrealists literary wing has not actually been overlooked but it has lived in the shadow of the visual and plastic arts This anthology from Dedalus great publisher for even doing stuff like this attempts to gather some representative pieces from the wide range of surrealist writers while still generally attempting to offer pieces that feature narrative of some kind or another The result is dazzling dizzying and almost by definition likely to feature some examples of work that just doesn t click with the reader It also is a bit off putting that the very first offering while making sound historical and chronological sense is an excerpt from Andr Breton Philippe Soupault s Magnetic Fields a seminal Surrealist text written through the process of automatic writing and if you don t know what that is check Wikipedia So any informed person s expectation of impenetrable stream of consciousness writing is essentially confirmed by the very first piece dense evocative interesting and impenetrable all at the same timeBut the book really opens up after that There are 55 pieces here so I m not going to give everything its due but here s a primer tones and moods to expect dream like nightmarish fable like parodic satirical wry dry frustrated Topics to expect sex dictators sex birds sex witches succubi sex religion religious figures sex murder sex marriage sex naked women and sex In nothing like that orderParticularly goodDream by Marcel Noll which has much talk of women and mistresses during dream attendance of play written by FantomasUniversal Gravitation by Robert Desnos which is an extended exercise in nonsense reversal kind of like the song Oh SusannaLetter To An Unknown Person by Jean Ferry an eerie letter from a man stranded on an empty islandReverie by Salvador Dal which convinces me that Dali was something like a lucid dreamer or at least had the ability to conjure visions at will likely obsessive compulsive and much of a pervert than I had even previously thoughtHoneymoon by Agustin Espinosa featuring dream like images of sexual paranoia and misogynyThe Gallant Hot Shot by Paul Noug a bitter little comedy sketch about marriage and sport shootingEmilie Comes To Me In My Dreams by Jind ich tyrsk which could almost be summed up as vaginas I have knownAn Evening At Home by Mary Low Juan Bre which is a comic sketch of the swinging surrealist bachelor gentleman s seduction techniuesSimple Tale by L o Malet an odd but inspiring vision of crime and beautyThe Town of Eps by Fran ois Valorbe a black comic sketch about the uncaring rulers in their invisible cars uite niceThe Chain by Anneliese Hager a nightmarish recitationAdela Romantiue by Ir ne Hamoir a tale about lost or wayward love featuring a marvelous bird and a dog in a dress who stabs someoneDolman The Malefic by Joyce Mansour about the origins of an historically important demonic forceThe Monkey Lover by Rikki Ducornet a fable about an abused wife and her granted wish from the DevilVigil by Cl ment Magloire Saint Aude an evocative piece about Haitian death customsThe Mirage Child by Hendrik Cramer a fable about abortion and the children you don t haveRapa Nui by Jean Ferry a lie told as an anthropological memoirThe River Amour by Roger Caillois an extended meditation on a vast fertile river in Siberia contrasting it with man made rice paddies and dry zen gardens Very cool and the title secretly holds a final underlining of the pointThe Garden of Eden by Alberto Savinio a black hud story about a mad taxidermistThe Other by Marcel Mari n a horror tale of marital cruelty and murderFor The Last Time by Albert Maren in a surprisingly touching dream piece about a relationship fraught with misogyny and misunderstandingA Strange Night by Lise Deharme which is almost a parody of the cliched night in a haunted house routineThe Man by Gis le Prassinos an odd story of a woman who creates manneuins with individual personalities to stave off lonelinessNight Windows by Alain Joubert helpfully provides musical and painting reference points before unveiling a short story about voyeurism that seems to owe something to The Tenant aka Le Locataire Chimeriue by Roland Topor from 1964 the source novel for the great Roman Polanski film THE TENANTand Proteus Volens by Marianne Van Hirtum which was just plain oddThe best of the anthology wereThe Hand of Fatima by Georges Limbour which is like some kind of visionary hallucinatory horror tale about a trail of bloody hand prints on city walls as well as Isis risingThe Region of the Heart by Fernand Dumont an oneiric piece about castles nobles experiments in telepathy visions and mystic loveKing Kong by Andreas Embirikos in which a jazz band and a movie poster incite a visionary rampage Philip Jos Farmer would have liked this oneThe Oedipal Drip by Marcel Mari n a story about a son s symbolic revenge on his dead fatherMarvels of Will by Octavio Paz a little thing about hateAngelus by Agustin Espinosa an ominous little tale about a marvelous bird and a cuckoldEnter The Succubi by Louis Aragon an amazing little treatise on the identification care and feeding of those selfsame seductive demons uite a marvelous little handbookBeware The Panther by Nelly Kaplan a great story about a supernatural creature who lives in a museum and how she graduates up to feeding on humansClorinde by Andr Pieyre de Mandiargues a fable about finding and molesting a miniature woman warriorOf course there s here the tale of the world s most boring man Destiny a farce about marriage switched identities and a shooting Long Live The Bride a Lewis Carroll esue about a reluctant regicide The Royal Summons another about a dictator and his mass symbolism for mass man The Dictator There are weird inversions of murder mysteries The White Scarf fables about the wind The Cold Wind of The Night The Wind and books This Book saints trapped in elevators World and a discussion between the Ego and the Alter Ego The Man In The White GlovesAll in all a thoroughly entertaining and adventurous read Still not sure or as sure as the editor seems in his intro at least about what the limits of Surrealism are but it s stimulating sifting through all these examples The metal planet relationship A study of celestial influence reluctant Lord Tedric Alien Realms A star book regicide The Royal Summons another about a dictator and his mass symbolism for mass man The Dictator There are weird inversions of murder mysteries The White Scarf fables about the wind The Cold Wind of The Night The Wind and books This Book saints trapped in elevators World and a discussion between the Ego and the Alter Ego The Man In The White GlovesAll in all a thoroughly entertaining and adventurous 6 Verses That Can Change Your Life read Still not sure or as sure as the editor seems in his intro at least about what the limits of Surrealism are but it s stimulating sifting through all these examples