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The anatomy of cruelty : Antonin Artaud - life and works

By: Barber, Stephen

0985762527 / 9780985762520
Paperback
848.91209
07/06/2013
Reprinting 28/05/2020
28 cm 272 pages : illustrations
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The work of Antonin Artaud (1896-1948) is among the most seminal, shattered and inspirational of the twentieth century, extending across literature, film, performance, manifesto, sound art, drawing and a sequence of exploratory journeys.

His body of work is still able to anatomise and negate all compromised cultures, and engender new theories, images and texts of the body, revolution, madness and the creative act.

Now Stephen Barber's intensively researched work on Artaud has revealed Artaud's work to English- language readers in all of its intricacy.

BIC:

2ADF French, DSBH Literary studies: from c 1900 -

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