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Without cookies your experience may not be seamless. Nouveau Commerce, ; nouveau commerce indeed. Over thirty years after Artaud’s death, all coompletes prolific writings are not yet in print, much less. Earlier, lean-Louis Barrault published his friend’s letters Paris: The books fall into convenient groups- psychological case histories which I did not readrhapsodiesbiographies This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.

In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Since most readers will not gulp Artaud criticism as rapidly as I did, individual volumes may answer individual needs. The Frenchless Artaud reader has access to only a fraction of this materiaL Aside from scattered translations in sometimes ephemeral publications e.

Still more letters- Artaud’s preferred genre – have appeared in various periodicals. American English is also the language of the several translators of jack Hirschman’s Artaud anthology San Francisco: That volume contains Artaud’s preface to the projected editionreprints of four early books, and some two hundred pages of pieces written before Understandably, book-length criticism of Artaud-and my review will be largely restricted to books- lagged behind availability of texts.


Although Artaud himself agreed to the publication by Gallimard of his complete works, the first volume did not appear untileight years after his death. Bordas,and recently, another friend, Anie Besnard, published hers Paris: Grove Press, claims to “faithfully follow the te”” of the GaJlimard edition. All Artaud readers are in her debt, but her adoring filiality toward him precludes scholarly objectivity. Sontag’s selections are judicious, except for a few serious omissions-Artaud’s preface to the projected coJlected works, and, from the influential Theater and its Double, the Preface, “The Theater and Culture,” and especially “The Theater and the Plague.

Bythere were fourteen volumes in print, five of them in two editions the second amplifying the first.

Farrar, Straus and Giroux,arranged chronologically. Victor Corti and Alastair Hamilton are in the process of translating Artaud’s complete works, but apparently from the first, meagerly noted Gallimard edition. In addition to the incomplete Oeuvres completes, Gallimard in published Artaud’s letters to his beloved Genica Athanasiou, and inunder the title Nouveau ecrits de Rodez, his letters to psychiatrist Dr.


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When one reads this criticism as I did, in a relatively short time, the books seem cut to the same mold: Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Contact Contact Us Help.

Artaud’s Oeuvres completes will run to at least sixteen volumes, edited anonymously by Paule Thevenin.