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During the attacks in Champagne in September that Cendrars lost his right arm. Fire is a repeated image throughout his work and it is this insouciance and dismissal of all that came dendrars him that is elementary to his own philosophy: Paul T rated it really liked it Aug 27, Nataime rated it it was amazing Mar 05, La nausee Jean-Paul Sartre. Les justes Albert Camus.
It doesn’t matter to me if some of it isn’t true. Poppy rated it really liked it Feb 08, Blaise Cendrars dances on the ashes of outmoded literary styles to create his own pioneering art. La promesse de l’aube Romain Gary. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Blaise Cendrars – or the “son of Homer” as John Dos Passos called him – is himself a strange kind of fiction: It is gonzo journalism 30 years before Thompson and Wolfe, but, unlike most gonzo journalists, Cendrars could write a mouth-wateringly beautiful sentence to boot.
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His poetry influenced the mighty Guillaume Apollinaire cendars helped shape the face of modernism. He spent the first world war fighting with the French foreign legion, where he lost his arm in combat, became an art critic, befriended Picasso, sailed the seven seas, shovelled coal in China, amassed and lost huge fortunes and had his own gossip column in a Hollywood newspaper. Literature should never be anchored or locked. Andreea rated it really liked it Feb 03, Topics Books Books blog.
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His home base was always Paris, for several years in the Rue de Savoie, later, for many years, in the Avenue Montaigne, and in the country, his boulinguer house at Tremblay-sur Mauldre Seine-et-Oisethough he continued to travel extensively. The Astonished Man blew me away when I first read it.
La chute Albert Camus. Rue des boutiques obscures Patrick Modiano. These aren’t your average war memoirs, they are the strangest and most surreal I have ever encountered.
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