Apollinaire is the most significant French poet of early modernism and the only great First World War poet from France. He coined the word 'surrealism' and was at the forefront of literary and artistic experimentalism. This new selection covers the full range of his career in facing-page translations, with some pictorial calligrams.
|Tõlkija(d)||Martin Sorrell (Emeritus Professor of French and Translation Studies, Emeritus Professor of French and|
|Kirjastus||OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|Sari||OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS|