Death to the Pigs: Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret (2020)

Death to the Pigs: Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret Benjamin Péret Death to the Pigs Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret Benjamin Peret an Rachel Stella editor Benjamin Peret was a Surrealist s Surrealist the greatest living poet according to Paul Eluard This collection brings his ana
  • Title: Death to the Pigs: Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret
  • Author: Benjamin Péret
  • ISBN: 9780947757205
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
Death to the Pigs: Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret Benjamin Péret Selected Writings of Benjamin Peret Benjamin Peret an Rachel Stella editor Benjamin Peret was a Surrealist s Surrealist the greatest living poet according to Paul Eluard This collection brings his anarchic humor and savage imagination fully into English three novels, short stories, poetry, polemical prose, bibliographies, and unclassifiable texts such as the CalendSelected Writings of Benjamin Peret Benjamin Peret an Rachel Stella editor Benjamin Peret was a Surrealist s Surrealist the greatest living poet according to Paul Eluard This collection brings his anarchic humor and savage imagination fully into English three novels, short stories, poetry, polemical prose, bibliographies, and unclassifiable texts such as the Calender of Tolerable Inventions from around the World A guidebook to impertinence.
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  1. Nate D

    As a Peret overview, this is excellent, even if not everything in it may be essential We get a sampling of poetry from different sources, which may become a bit of a monotonous jumble to the untrained ear in this case my untrained ear , a complete novel, strange shorter works that were published alone, and even letters to Breton from the front lines of the Spanish Civil War, where Peret supported the leftists, communists, and anarchists along with meeting Remedios Varo, with whom he later moved [...]

  2. Arthur

    Don t be fooled by the 3 stars, this book is anything but mediocre It s a mixed bag of 1 star parts and 5 star parts The poetry can be skipped, IMO It s just one disconnected image piled onto another Reading these poems is like watching those zillion images per second Nike commercials For an hour or two Exhausting You suspect it actually means something, but after a while that constantly pounding rthythm makes you too tired to care for meaning, you just want to get to the last line, asap There a [...]

  3. Hobart Frolley

    This book is genius Deadly serious but also deadly funny, Peret embodies the refusal to accept the banal and trivial existence that society tries to force upon us and the passion to fight for a better world without the injustices which capitalism and religion breed, where creativity and self expression are never censored, a world which we still have yet to seeThis collection allows us to dream with Peret and inspires us to join the fight for the freedom of the heart.

  4. Eric

    Can appreciate the historical significance, but the writing, when it s actually there, doesn t hold up A bunch of pissed up nonsense for bereft arcana fucks.

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