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Poetry of the Revolution:
Marx, Manifestos, and the Avant-Gardes
Martin Puchner

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS xi
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xiii
INTRODUCTION: Manifestos--Poetry of the Revolution 1

PART ONE: MARX AND THE MANIFESTO

CHAPTER 1: The Formation of a Genre 11
CHAPTER 2: Marxian Speech Acts 23
CHAPTER 3: The History of the Communist Manifesto 33
CHAPTER 4: The Geography of the Communist Manifesto 47

PART TWO: THE FUTURISM EFFECT

CHAPTER 5: Marinetti and the Avant-Garde Manifesto 69
CHAPTER 6: Russian Futurism and the Soviet State 94
CHAPTER 7: The Rear Guard of British Modernism 107

PART THREE: THE AVANT-GARDE AT LARGE

CHAPTER 8: Dada and the Internationalism of the Avant-Garde 135
CHAPTER 9: Huidobro's Creation of a Latin American Vanguard 166

PART FOUR: MAN I FESTOS AS MEANS AND END

CHAPTER 10: Surrealism,Latent and Manifest 179
CHAPTER 11: Artaud's Manifesto Theater 196

PART FIVE: A NEW POETRY FOR A NEW REVOLUTION

CHAPTER 12: The Manifesto in the Sixties 211
CHAPTER 13: Debord's Society of the Counterspectacle 220
CHAPTER 14: The Avant-Garde Is Dead:Long Live the Avant-Garde! 241

EPILOGUE: Poetry for the Future 259
NOTES 263
BIBLIOGRAPHY 295
INDEX 309

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