The Avant-Garde Tradition in Literature

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DAVID ANTIN (b. 1932, Brooklyn) is professor of art at the University of California at San Diego.His essays have appeared as widely as his creative work. His most recent book, Talking at the Boundaries ( 1976), is a collection of poetic monologues.
GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE ( 1880-1918) was a Parisian poet and art critic.The best English selection of his work is Roger Shattuck's edition of his Selected Writings ( 1949); several books of his poems and essays have recently appeared in English, including Apollinaire on Art: Essays and Reviews, 1902-1918 ( 1972). The translator of his contribution here, ROGER SHATTUCK, is now Commonwealth Professor of French at the University of Virginia.
AUGUSTO DE CAMPOS (b. 1931, Sao Paulo), HARALDO DE CAMPOS (b, 1929, Sao Paulo) and DECIO PIGNATARI (b. 1927, Sao Paulo) are the principal members of the Noigandres Group in Brazil.Their individual poems and essays have appeared widely. JON TOLMAN, their translator, teaches at the University of New Mexico.
CHARLES CARAMELLO (b. 1948, Plymouth, Mass.) is assistant professor of English at the University of Maryland.He co-edited Performance in Post‐ modern Culture ( 1977) and has published numerous essays on modern and postmodern literature.
BOB COBBING (b. 1920, Endfield, Middlesex) is a major figure in European sound poetry. He has published numerous books and booklets, in addition to collaborating with Peter Mayer in editing Concerning Concrete Poetry ( 1978). He is chairman of the Association of Little Presses and the Association of Little Magazines, and lives in London.

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