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Paul Eluard (1895–1952)

Forfatter af Capital of Pain

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Raised in a working class suburb, Eluard interrupted his studies to spend two years in a tuberculosis sanitorium, where he read widely in French, German, and American poetry. Associated early with the surrealists, he later fought in the resistance and joined the Communist party. His work combines vis mere the dreamlike techniques of surrealism, a political humanism, and an attention to the transforming power of love. Eluard remains one of the contemporary poets most widely read and appreciated in France. (Bowker Author Biography) vis mindre
Image credit: Paul Eluard en 1945, Paris

Værker af Paul Eluard

Capital of Pain (1966) — Forfatter — 237 eksemplarer
Poésie ininterrompue (1969) 76 eksemplarer
Selected Poems (1988) 58 eksemplarer
Love, Poetry (Translation Series) (1982) 33 eksemplarer
Letters to Gala (European Sources) (1984) 31 eksemplarer
Poésies, 1913-1926 (1970) 29 eksemplarer
Les Mains libres (2009) 23 eksemplarer
Le Livre ouvert : 1938-1944 (1947) 22 eksemplarer
Pablo Picasso (1944) 18 eksemplarer
A Toute Epreuve (1984) 17 eksemplarer
Poesie (1966) 17 eksemplarer
Au rendez-vous allemand (1945) 16 eksemplarer
Poèmes (1963) 16 eksemplarer
Choix de poèmes (1963) 14 eksemplarer
Wereld met ogen van sneeuw (1998) 11 eksemplarer
Donner à voir (1978) 11 eksemplarer
Proverbi surrealisti (2000) 11 eksemplarer
Selected Writings 10 eksemplarer
Liberté (1977) 10 eksemplarer
Facile (1935) 7 eksemplarer
Anthologie des Ecrits sur l'Art (1972) 6 eksemplarer
Corps mémorable (1996) 6 eksemplarer
Oeuvres complètes (1968) 5 eksemplarer
Grain-d'Aile (1995) 5 eksemplarer
Tuskan pääkaupungit (2002) — Forfatter — 4 eksemplarer
Poèmes d'amour et de liberté (1995) 4 eksemplarer
Poésie ininterrompue 4 eksemplarer
Ode à Gala Incognita 4 eksemplarer
Le poète et son ombre (2000) 4 eksemplarer
La poésie du passé (1951) 3 eksemplarer
Paul Éluard versei (1977) 3 eksemplarer
Le dur désir de durer (1950) 3 eksemplarer
Une longue réflexion amoureuse (1978) 2 eksemplarer
44 poesie (1997) 2 eksemplarer
L'amour la poésie (2023) 2 eksemplarer
Poesie 2 eksemplarer
Antología poética 2 eksemplarer
répétitions (2004) 2 eksemplarer
Jacques Villon; ou L'art glorieux (1948) 2 eksemplarer
Paul Éluard 2 eksemplarer
Øyeblikkets speil : dikt (1993) 2 eksemplarer
Le lit, la table 2 eksemplarer
Album Eluard 2 eksemplarer
Algumas das Palavras 2 eksemplarer
Unvergesslicher Leib 2 eksemplarer
Poésies 2 eksemplarer
Poésies 2 eksemplarer
Poèmes choisis (1982) 1 eksemplar
Poezje wybrane 1 eksemplar
Veřejná růže 1 eksemplar
OZAN VE GÖLGESİ 1 eksemplar
Le lit, la table 1 eksemplar
SMÄRTANS HUVUDSTAD (1975) 1 eksemplar
A k iirleri (2006) 1 eksemplar
Les Yeux fertiles 1 eksemplar
U srcu ljubavi 1 eksemplar
Proverbi surrealisti — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
POEMES CHOISIS (1989) 1 eksemplar
Poesie d'amore 1 eksemplar
Dobar dan tugo 1 eksemplar
Poesie / 1913 1926 (1970) 1 eksemplar
Smärtans huvudstad (1975) 1 eksemplar
La Rose publique 1 eksemplar
O Homem Inacabado 1 eksemplar
Le Temps Déborde 1 eksemplar
Poesia nuestra 1 eksemplar
Le Phénix 1 eksemplar
Poemas de Amor e de Liberdade (2000) 1 eksemplar
Poèmes - Poeme 1 eksemplar
Couplets 1 eksemplar
As mão Livres 1 eksemplar
CHOIX DE POÈMES (1941) 1 eksemplar
El Ave Fénix 1 eksemplar
Paul Eluard 1 eksemplar
L'Amour la poésie 1 eksemplar
Oeuvres completes II (1968) 1 eksemplar
El amor y la poes (1975) 1 eksemplar
Liberté j'écris ton nom (2016) 1 eksemplar
Poemes politiques (1948) 1 eksemplar
Picasso: His Inner Life (1947) 1 eksemplar
Aşk Şiirleri 1 eksemplar
Le Mains Libres 1 eksemplar
Poemas políticos 1 eksemplar
Lettres de jeunesse. (1962) 1 eksemplar
La Vie immédiate (1984) 1 eksemplar
Dons Des Feminines 1 eksemplar
... Bleue comme une orange (2002) 1 eksemplar
Donner à voir 1 eksemplar
Şiirin dolambaçlı yolları (1997) 1 eksemplar
Le Phénix 1 eksemplar
Poèmes politiques 1 eksemplar
Donner à voir 1 eksemplar
Poemas De Amor (2013) 1 eksemplar
ODE À GALA Incognita (1968) 1 eksemplar
Ağızda Bir Sevi 1 eksemplar
Picasso a Antibes (1948) 1 eksemplar
Courage et autres poèmes (2016) 1 eksemplar
Choix de poèmes 1 eksemplar

Associated Works

World Poetry: An Anthology of Verse from Antiquity to Our Time (1998) — Bidragyder — 437 eksemplarer
Against Forgetting: Twentieth-Century Poetry of Witness (1993) — Bidragyder — 325 eksemplarer
Surrealist Love Poems (2001) — Bidragyder — 91 eksemplarer
Surrealist Painters and Poets: An Anthology (2001) — Bidragyder — 66 eksemplarer
De dag dat je brief kwam Amnesty International poëziebundel (1988) — Bidragyder — 17 eksemplarer
Locus Solus II (1961) — Bidragyder — 3 eksemplarer
Il cinema d'avanguardia 1910 - 1930 (1983) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar

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Kanonisk navn
Éluard, Paul
Juridisk navn
Grindel, Eugène Émile Paul
Andre navne
Desroches, Didier (pseudonym)
Cimetière du Père-Lachaise, Paris, France
Land (til kort)
Saint-Denis, Paris, France
Charenton-le-Pont, France
heart attack
Paris, France
Charenton-le-Pont, France
École Superieure de Colbert
army medic
resistance member
Tzara, Tristan (colleague)
Ernst, Max (friend)
Dali, Gala (lover)
Scheler, Lucien (friend, colleague)
Breton, André (friend)
Aragon, Louis (friend) (vis alle 9)
Picasso, Pablo (friend)
Lescure, Jean (friend)
Parrot, Louis (friend)
French Communist Party
French Resistance
Priser og hædersbevisninger
Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur (1945)
Kort biografi
Paul Éluard was the pseudonym of Eugène Grindel, born in Saint-Denis, France. His parents were Jeanne-Marie (Cousin), a seamstress, and Clément Eugène Grindel, a real estate agent. The family moved to Paris when he was a child. Éluard began writing poetry as a teenager, while convalescing from tuberculosis at a Swiss sanatorium. There he met a young Russian his age in exile, Helene Dmitrievna Diakanova, whom he nicknamed Gala. Together they read symbolist and avant-garde poets such as Rimbaud, Baudelaire, and Apollinaire, as well as Russian authors such as Dostoevsky and Tolstoy. Éluard was drafted into the French army during World War I, serving as an infantry soldier and as a medic. He was traumatized by his experiences, which were the basis of his Poèmes pour la Paix (Little Poems for Peace), published under the name Paul Éluard in 1918. He married Gala, his muse, with whom he had a daughter. Éluard joined the Dada movement, and was intimately involved in the birth of Surrealism with his close friends André Breton, Max Ernst, and other artists also marked by the war. Éluard's work from this time is known for its emphasis on linguistic and semantic dislocation. His important Surrealist works included Capitale de la douleur (1926), La Rose publique (1934) and Les Yeux fertiles (1936). Éluard and Gala divorced in 1930, and she later married Salvador Dali. In 1934, he married Maria Benz, a music hall artist known as Nusch, who inspired some of his most beautiful poetry. Éluard was galvanized by the rise of fascism and Nazism to travel Europe denouncing these movements. At the outbreak of World War II, he re-joined the Communist Party and wrote and published for the French Resistance. He was the author of the first collection of poetry published in Occupied France, Le Livre ouvert (1940, 1942). The British Royal Air Force dropped copies of his poem "Liberté" over Nazi-Occupied Europe; it was set to music by Francis Poulenc in 1944. Other poems were broadcast clandestinely on pro-Allies radio stations. Éluard lived in hiding and moved frequently to avoid arrest; in 1943, he took refuge in the psychiatric hospital of Saint-Alban. In June 1944, the first issues of L'eternelle revue, an underground magazine created by Éluard with Jean Lescure and Louis Parrot, were published in Lucien Scheler's bookshop in Paris. After the war, Éluard traveled to numerous cultural events and peace conferences around Europe. Nusch died in 1946, and he married again to Dominique Laure in 1951, the year he published his last book, a collection of poems entitled Le Phénix (The Phoenix).



"She is always unwilling to understand, to listen,
She laughs to hide her fear of herself.
She has always walked beneath the arches of nights
And wherever she went
She left
The mark of broken things."
therebelprince | 2 andre anmeldelser | Oct 24, 2023 |
> Babelio : https://www.babelio.com/livres/luard-Ralentir-travaux/524135

> Un petit recueil de poèmes oubliés dans le l'univers littéraire, mais qui est un oasis de plaisir s'y laisser se perdre. Pur plaisir.
Danieljean (Babelio)
Joop-le-philosophe | Feb 19, 2021 |
> Poèmes surréalistes ayant pour thèmes l'amour, la liberté, les tourments de l'âme.
-- Je suis surprise qu'il n'y ait pas de catégorie Poésie. Le regard sensible des poètes sur le monde est sans aucun doute un moyen privilégié de le découvrir. Les poèmes d'Éluard nous plonge de façon lumineuse et bouleversante, dans un univers intense et libre. Voilà une voie unique pour entrer en contact avec soi et les autres.
--Fabienne Gagnon (ICI.Radio-Canada.ca)
… (mere)
Joop-le-philosophe | 2 andre anmeldelser | Dec 29, 2018 |



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