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Hugo Ball, Das Gespenst Hugo Ball (1886-1927) Hugo Ball, Die Nichtgesammelten Gedichte; Faber Faber, Leipzig; ISBN 3928660675 Hugo Ball, Tenderenda der Phantast; http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Hugo Ball (1886-1927) Hugo Ball. Born 22 February 1886 in Pirmasens, Germany, died 14 September 1927 in San Abbondio, Switzerland. Author, cofounder of the Zürich DaDa movement; http://www.peak.org/~dadaist/English/Graphics/ball.html
Extractions: Ball protested several times "against the humiliating fact of a world war in the 20th century." In light of this, all static values of culture appeared to him to be questionable. He composed sound-poems, or "verses without words." In 1917 he ceased to take an active part in the DaDa movement. Became co-editor of the newspaper "Freie Zeitung," in Bern, which demanded, editorially, a republic for Germany. Later he retired and went to live in the Ticino, where he was employed on a biography of Bakunin. From his DaDa period an unpublished novel exists, "Tenderenda, der Phantast." In his "Criticism of German Intelligence" (1919), he tried to present a profound analysis of the German state of mind (which may have foreshadowed Hitlerism).
Hugo Ball Translate this page Hugo Ball. (1886-1927) 1916 ging er mit seiner späteren Frau Emmy Ball-Hennings in die Schweiz. Mit Arp, Huelsenbeck, Tzara und Janco eröffnete er als http://www.peak.org/~dadaist/Deutsch/Graphiken/ball.html
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Ball, Hugo Famous Quotes Famous Quotes By Ball, Hugo. 18861927 German Dadaist Poet. Everywhere, the ethical predicament of our time imposes itself with an urgency which suggests http://www.borntomotivate.com/FamousQuote_HugoBall.html
Libraries Famous Quote Libraries Ball, Hugo 18861927 German Dadaist Poet A library is but the soul s burying ground. It is a land of shadows. Libraries Beecher, Henry Ward http://www.borntomotivate.com/FamousQuote_Libraries.html
Ball, Hugo (Norwegian Writers' Web) Norwegian Writers Center Norwegian Association of Literary Translators. Ball, Hugo Germany 18861927. E-text Project Gutenberg Text. Short biography. http://www.litteraturnettet.no/b/ball.hugo.asp?lang=gb&type=
Ball, Hugo (Litteraturnettet) Norsk Forfattarsentrum Norsk Oversetterforening OM VIRUS OG SPAM. Ball, Hugo Tyskland 18861927. E-tekst Project Gutenberg Tekst. Kort biografi. http://www.litteraturnettet.no/b/ball.hugo.asp?lang=&type=
Flight Out Of Time Hugo Ball (18861927) was the author of Herman Hesse, His Life and Work and Flight Out of Time, his edited diaries from 1910-1921, published in German http://www.ucpress.edu/books/pages/6786.html
Extractions: Description About the Author "A rich feast for historians, art lovers and devotees of esoteric literature." Publishers Weekly "A key document. . . . Indispensable for an understanding of the beginnings of the Dada movement and Dada in Zurich."Rudolf Kuenzli, Director, International Dada Archive "In Flight Out of Time one can follow Dada's unfolding and expansion almost day-by-day."Charles Haxthausen, coeditor, Berlin: Culture and Metropolis DESCRIPTION (back to top) Hugo Ballpoet, philosopher, novelist, cabaret performer, journalist, mysticwas a man extremely sensitive to the currents of his time and carried in their wake. In February 1916 he founded the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. The sound poems and performance art by Ball and the other artists who gathered there were the beginnings of Dada. Ball's extraordinary diaries, one of the most significant products of the Dada movement, are here available in English in paperback for the first time, along with the original Dada manifesto and John Elderfield's critical introduction, revised and updated for the paperback edition, and a supplementary bibliography of Dada texts that have appeared since the 1974 hardcover edition of this book.