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Eugene Jolas (1894 – 1945)
|Nationality: American||Periods: American: 20th Century|
American ex-patriot in Paris. poet; chief editor and guiding light of transition
- “Logocinéma of the Frontiersman”: Eugene Jolas’s Multilingual Poetics and its Legacies
- “Language as neurosis or language as ‘super-tongue for intercontinental expression’? For Eugene Jolas, a self-described ‘American in exile in the hybrid world of the Franco-German frontier, in a transitional region where people swayed to and from in cultural and political oscillation, in the twilight zone of the German and French languages’ (MB 5), language was clearly both.”
- Contains: Criticism
- Author: Marjorie Perloff
- From: Electronic Poetry Center http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013