Guillaume Apollinaire

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Noun1.Guillaume Apollinaire - French poet; precursor of surrealism (1880-1918)
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His first book publication was in prose, L'Enchanteur pourrissant; he published other prose works, including stories, a book on Cubism, a manifesto on the "new spirit," and a play.
In his novel, The Rotting Enchanter (L'Enchanteur pourrissant, 1904), Merlin is immured by the Lady of the Lake, but his decaying body holds out the promise of new life.
In a complement to his authoritative work on L'Enchanteur pourrissant, Jean Burgos tracks the progressive textual substitution of the figure of Apollinaire-as-Merlin by that of the Enchanter-as-Poet.

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