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ISBN:
0852471106
Author:
Stefan Themerson
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English
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Gaberbocchus Press; y First printing edition (October 18, 1975)
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128 pages
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Semantic poetry is Themerson’s input into world literature, one which was creatively developed by French artists . A portrait of Stefan Themerson with Franciszka Themerson’s painting in the background, photo: courtesy of the Ujazdowski Castle CCA in Warsaw.

Semantic poetry is Themerson’s input into world literature, one which was creatively developed by French artists from the OuLiPo group. Thanks to the method begun by the Pole, it is possible to transform quotes from the Book of Ecclesiastes into, say, feminist manifestos. Stefan Themerson, OuLiPo, and Semantic Poetry.

Stefan Themerson (25 January 1910 – 6 September 1988) was a Polish, later British poet, novelist, filmmaker, composer and philosopher. Stefan Themerson was born in Płock in what was then part of the Russian Empire on 25 January 1910 and died in London on 6 September 1988. His father, Mieczysław Themerson, was a physician, social reformer and aspiring writer (some of his work was published) of Jewish descent. His mother was Ludwika Smulewicz.

On Semantic Poetry book. Stefan got married in 1931 to Franciszka. Between Stefan Themerson was a Polish, later British poet, novelist, film-maker, composer and philosopher. Stefan Themerson was born in Plock (Poland) in 1910, the son of a doctor. He studied physics at the University of Warsaw and architecture at the Warsaw Polytechnic. In his twenties, Stefan became well-known in Poland as an author of children’s books. Between 1931 and 1937, the Themersons made several experimental films and Stefan invented new techniques for photograms.

The invention of the‘Semantic Poetry Translation’ by Polish–British writer Stefan Themerson in the 1940s and the theoretical unfolding of his ideas in ‘Semantic Sonata’ of 1949 had to wait until th. .Part of the Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics book series (MPCC). The invention of the‘Semantic Poetry Translation’ by Polish–British writer Stefan Themerson in the 1940s and the theoretical unfolding of his ideas in ‘Semantic Sonata’ of 1949 had to wait until the 1970s to be appreciated, but only today it may be formally likened to certain Oulipo techniques.

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The invention of the‘Semantic Poetry Translation’ by Polish–British writer Stefan Themerson in the 1940s and the theoretical unfolding of his ideas in ‘Semantic Sonata’ of 1949 had to wait until the 1970s to be appreciated, but only today it may be formally likened to certain Oulipo.

The invention of the‘Semantic Poetry Translation’ by Polish–British writer Stefan Themerson in the 1940s and the theoretical unfolding of his ideas in ‘Semantic Sonata’ of 1949 had to wait until the 1970s to be appreciated, but only today it may be formally likened to certain Oulipo techniques. Replacing words with their definitions de-forms and re-forms original texts and allows for an examination of their (often dubious) claims. Offered as a species of ‘translation’, the poems also involve ‘iconopoeia’ as a technique, derived from Apollinaire’s visual practice.

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About this Item: Gaberbocchus, London, 1965. 19 x 12 cm 111 pp Wrappers, lightly foxed on cover, interior very good. With dedication from the author, signing himself as the 'bridge'. Seller Inventory 14666.

Flag as Inappropriate. Stefan was the inventor of Semantic Poetry (see his novel 'Bayamus' 1945, and 'On Semantic Poetry' 1975), and he wrote an opera, 'St. Francis and the Wolf of Gubbio' (1972)

Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Francis and the Wolf of Gubbio' (1972). In 1981, Themerson delivered the annual Huizinga Lecture in Leyden, The Netherlands, under the title: The Chair of Decency. He died in London, 1988, a few weeks after the death of Franciszka.

Used availability for Stefan Themerson's Bayamus and the Theatre of Semantic Poetry. October 1965 : UK Paperback.