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Futurism: An Anthology Hardcover – September 29, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-0300088755 ISBN-10: 0300088752 Edition: 1st

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“The definitive anthology of Futurist writings and artworks available in English, indeed in any language.  Framed by Lawrence Rainey’s excellent introduction and  its comprehensive bio-bibliographical notes, il Futurismo emerges here as what it surely was: the founding avant-garde movement of the twentieth-century.”— Marjorie Perloff, author of The Futurist Moment: Avant-Garde, Avant-Guerre, and the Language of Rupture
(Marjorie Perloff)

“By far the most comprehensive anthology of Italian futurism in English; especially exciting for its unique combination of theoretical, visual, political, and literary material from the most important avant-garde movement of the twentieth century.”— Walter L. Adamson, Emory University

(Walter L. Adamson)

“Exemplary in its scholarly apparatus and interdisciplinary approach, this anthology will be the standard source book on Futurism. It brings together a wealth of texts by diverse voices in the movement, many of whom have never been translated into English before. The biographical sketches and annotations to the texts are invaluable. By expanding the standard repertory, Futurism: An Anthology, will help us reconsider the cultural history of the avant-garde.”—Emily Braun, Distinguished Professor of Art History, Hunter College
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About the Author

Lawrence Rainey is professor of English, University of York. Christine Poggi is professor of the History of Art, University of Pennsylvania. Laura Wittman is assistant professor of Italian and French Literature, Stanford University.

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