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However I d probably direct you to Michel Sanouillet s classic Dada in Paris instead Book ept fluctuating between biography history of dada in Europe and analysis of poetry I wish the book delved into the personal history of Tzara and the people around him It felt like the relationship that got the most attention in the book was between Tzara and Breton The chronology of publications could have been handled better There was no need for the publication details in the narrative of the text Also most of the book is focused on the time around the first world war Tzara s last two decades are compressed into a chapter A really wonderful and fairly exhaustive biography of Tristan TzaraMIT Pres has really been illing it these last few years with biographies of mostly early 20th century avant garde icons Alfred Jarry Francis Picabia Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven and probably some others I am forgetting. Surrealism; he became a recognized expert on primitive art; he was an active antifascist a communist and after the Soviet repression of the Hungarian Revolution a former communist Hentea offers a detailed exploration of Tzara's early life in Romania neglected by other scholars; a scrupulous assessment of the Dada years; and an original examination of Tzara's life and works after Dada The one thing that remained constant through all of Tzara's artistic and after Dada The one thing that remained constant through all of Tzara's artistic and metamorphoses Hentea tells us
"Was A Desire To "a desire to the secrets and mysteries of langua. Good examination of Tzara s Dada and some sharp analysis of his poetry A good survey of Tzara s career as a poet and impresario weighted towards the era of his involvement with Zurich and Paris Dada This is fair enough as it is likely the chief area of interest for most readers and it s certainly the most important and influential legacy he s left There s a fair amount of critical analysis of his poetry though not overmuch for those with less interest in the literary aspect But Tzara as a person remains something of a cipher Perhaps this is owing to a lack of memoirs or revealing personal correspondence but it s a bit frustrating that Tzara s psyche and character isn t dealt with fully even speculatively And nowing something of his life from other sources and biographies I m surprised by certain omissionsfor instance though his collaboration and friendship with nancy though his collaboration and friendship with Nancy is mentioned the fac. The first biography in English of Tristan Tzara a founder of Dada and one of the most important figures in the European avant gardeTristan Tzara one of the most important figures in the twentieth century's most famous avant garde movements was born Samuel #Rosenstock or Samueli Rosenștok in a provincial Romanian town on April 16 or 17 or 14 or # or Samueli Rosenștok in a provincial Romanian town on April 16 or 17 or 14 or in 1896 Tzara became Tzara twenty years later at the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich when he and others including Marcel Janco Hugo Ball Richard Huelsenbeck and Hans Arp invented Dada with a series of chaotic perfor.