By Claude Mauriac
André Breton et les surréalistes ont changé notre imaginative and prescient du monde. Voici les annales de leurs victoires et de leurs défaites. los angeles Révolution, L'Au-delà, Le Réel, Le Surréel, L'Amour : en cinq chapitres denses, rigoureux et documentés, Claude Mauriac se penche sur l'oeuvre et los angeles vie de Breton. Il examine le surréalisme dans ses rapports à l'esthétique, à l. a. politique, à l. a. faith, à l. a. vie comme cryptogramme. L'histoire de los angeles littérature, de Sade à Rimbaud, de Benjamin consistent à Lautréamont, s'en trouve rétrospectivement éclairée. Textes en major, cet essai intransigeant rend justice à un considérable, ainsi qu'à l'école littéraire l. a. plus importante depuis le romantisme où brillèrent, aussi, Aragon, Eluard et Desnos.
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I made the bird alight on the bust of Pallas, also for the effect of contrast between the marble and the plumageit being understood that the bust was absolutely suggested by the birdthe bust of Pallas being chosen, first, as most in keeping with the scholarship of the lover, and, secondly, for the sonorousness of the word, Pallas, itself. About the middle of the poem, also, I have availed myself of the force of contrast, with a view of deepening the ultimate impression. For example, an air of the fantasticapproaching as nearly to the ludicrous as was admissibleis given to the Raven's entrance.
Now whether a line be termed catalectic or acatalectic is, perhaps, a point of no vital importance;it is even possible that the student may be able to decide, promptly, when the a should be employed and when omitted, yet be incognizant, at the same time, of all that is worth knowing in regard to the structure of verse. Page 28 A leading defect in each of our treatises, (if treatises they can be called,) is the confining the subject to mere Versification, while Verse in general, with the understanding given to the term in the heading of this paper, is the real question at issue.