yet histories are written and are ought to be and become. so one has Many o f dem. Dig. yes I dig with me spade of digging archelogical submarines. as this
Michelle Sanouillet was a schol ar and historian of note who wrote the history of Dada _ the book:1965, Dada à Paris, Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert
2005, Dada à Paris, new edition, Paris, CNRS Editions
-------------- Elmer Elmer
whose book yaread when ye was a younger lad. Ya laddy. Lady Lad.
Elmer PETERSON, Crisis and the Arts. The History of Dada,
vol. VI, G.K. Hall, 2001.
Elmer says the floowing follows of Mister Sans.
Mister Duffy yer own copy of this bk is the original
Michel Sanouillet's penetrating and prodigious study of Paris Dada opened the gates for all Dada scholars to come. Like Robert Motherwell in this country, he, more than anyone else, made it possible to focus serious attention on what many had superficially considered a noisy but short-lived and minor artistic movement. Drawing on his cordial personal relationships with several of the key Dada figures such as Tristan Tzara, Francis Picabia, Marcel Duchamp, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, and André Breton, and access through them to a great deal of hitherto unpublished material, Michel Sanouillet meticulously recreated and analysed Dada in Paris, its antecedents and its influences in the first of what would prove to be an impressive number of monographs by him on the movement."
french edition is it not?
I purchased this
master historian's livre
when I was awandering in the sands
of dadalibraries aboard abroad
(Peterson is himself a fine scholar author of Tristan Tzara Dadaist and Surrationalist)
1965 at the Sorbonne he defended his two State doctoral theses: "Dada à Paris" and "Francis Picabia et 391", thus becoming the first universE!!!
O doctors of thesis.!
O thesis auntytheses.
Theses and thatszzzzz
- DADA, Tome I (1976) et II (1983):
- Réimpression (Tome I) et dossier critique (Tome II) de la la revue publiée de 1917 à 1922 par Tristan Tzara. Présenté par Michel Sanouillet et Dominique Baudoin. Centre du XXe siècle, Nice, France. The Volume II of this edition incorporates Biron's critical notes on Tzara's DADA magazine, published in Zurich, as well as his discovery of dual 1918 French and German editions of DADA 3 (See copy below: Tome II, pp. 30-31).