The Dada Market: An Anthology of Poetry

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THE DADA MARKET
An Anthology of Poetry

Translated and with an Introduction by Willard Bohn

Southern Illinois University Press Carbondale and Edwardsville

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction: Shopping for Dada xi
  • Pierre Albert-Birot 1
  • Guillaume Apollinaire 7
  • Walter Conrad Arensberg 11
  • Céline Arnauld 15
  • Hans (jean) Arp 21
  • Johannes Baader 27
  • Johannes Theodor Baargeld 31
  • Hugo Ball 35
  • André Breton 39
  • Til Brugman 43
  • Gino Cantarelli 47
  • Malcolm Cowley 55
  • Theo Van Doesburg 57
  • Joaquín Edwards Bello 65
  • Paul Eluard 69
  • Max Ernst 73
  • Julius Evola 79
  • Elsa Von Freytag-Loringhoven 87
  • Ferdinand Hardekopf 91
  • Raoul Hausmann 95
  • Emmy Hennings 99
  • Jacob Van Hoddis 103
  • Richard Huelsenbeck 107
  • Matthew Josephson 113
  • Josep Maria Junoy 117
  • Rafael Lasso De La Vega 123
  • Mina Loy 135
  • Francesco Meriano 139
  • Clément Pansaers 143
  • Joan Pérez-Jorba 147
  • Francis Picabia 155
  • Giuseppe Raimondi 165
  • Man Ray 169
  • Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes 173
  • Joan Salvat-Papasseit 179
  • Bino San Miniatelli 183
  • Kurt Schwitters 189
  • Walter Serner 197
  • Philippe Soupault 201
  • Guillermo De Torre 205
  • Tristan Tzara 213
  • Hendrik Nicolaas Werkman 221
  • Selected Bibliography 225
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