"Heliogabalus is Artaud's greatest and most revolutionary masterpiece: an incendiary work that reveals both the divine cruelty of the Roman Emperor and that of Artaud himself." - Stephen Barber"
About the Author
Antonin Artaud is one of the most deeply influential writers of the 20th Century, known for his invention of the Theater Of Cruelty.
Alexis Lykiard, Greek-born and living in England, is best known for his translation of Lautreamonts Maldoror, a text now adopted in many US universities. He has translated several other classic works of Surrealism, including works by Celine, Apollinaire and Aragon.