Mafarka the Futurist: Filippo Tommaso Marinetti: published a chaotic novel ( entitled Mafarka le Futuriste in France and Mafarka il futurista in Italy), which. MAFARKA IL FUTURISTA by Marinetti Filippo Tommaso and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Get this from a library! Mafarka il futurista: romanzo. [F T Marinetti; Decio Cinti].
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Mafarka il futurista: Edizione 1910
Mafarka is as shocking as it is hysterical. Peter Harrington ] Last Found On: Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti was an Italian ideologue, poet, editor, and founder of the Futurist movement.
Paperbackpages. I suspect the bulk of negative reviews are from people who, much like a previous poster admitted, haven’t actually read Mafarka the Futurist.
Jon rated it liked it Apr 15, Koltonski emphasized the importance of Futurism for the political-cultural development of Italy, the innovatory character of its aesthetics, and the movement’s fertilizing effect on life and art” Przemyslaw Strozek, “Marinetti is foreign to us”: Trivia About Mafarka the Futurist.
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English speaking readers are privileged to have such a fine translation with notes available of an unfortunately obscure piece of literature. Patty Paine rated it it was amazing Futuristx 07, Karl Ivan Farthegn rated it liked it Dec 29, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Futuridta from the male gaze women in futurism in particular, and in the avant-gardes in general, where no longer committed to objectification and otherness, as they were in pure abstraction or in symbolist painting for example, and could become actors and producers of art.
This Re identifies as a resulting from its rejection of women as a subject of representation, and its ultra-virilist emphasis on homo-sociality and masculine bodies.
Allen Mozek rated it liked it Jul 25, Benedetta as visual artist and novelist” but there is a wealth of litterature on the issue most notably Barbara Spackmann and Cinzia Blum-Santini: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I’m not actually reading this book As Re mentions, futurist stylistic devices prove more suited ffuturista poetry or short prose than to long and constructed fictions like novels.
Il processo e l’assoluzione di “Mafarka il Futurista” by Salvatore Barzilai et al.
Traduzione dal Francese di Decio Cinti. La presente edizione riproduce il testo integrale dell’opera che valse al suo autore un celebre processo per oltraggio al pudore.
Eager to depart from the decadent canon represented by D’Annunzio or Sartorio, the author vocally rejected women and their veneration as a suitable subject mat Reading the reviews below, I thought I should overcome my disappointment at this book to point one or two things to prospective readers: Presentation copy from the author, inscribed flamboyantly on the front free endpaper: Marinetti writes about a guy who hates women so much that we wants to have his own child without them.
An excellent copy of this fragile publication. The liberation of woman as an artist, the collapsing of the frontier between popular and high culture, or the recognition of the public sphere as a space for performance, are but a few examples.
Allen Mozek rated it liked it Jul 25, Here, Marinetti abstracted his tale by placing it in some orientalist wet-dream, which leaves his reader with little of interest save for the monolithic, obsessional, bumptious portrayal of a theme that was by then already old and treated much better elsewhere: Trivia About Mafarka the Futurist. First Italian edition of Marinetti’s uncommon first novel, translated by his personal secretary.
Mafarka the Futurist by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
Riivaa rated it liked it Oct 23, The author and the book went on trial in for obscenity; the Italian edition by Mondad Moralism and bigotry should not be the lenses through mzfarka one reads this book. It’s a shame too, as they’re missing out on an entertaining and important piece of literature from a significant historic figure, no lessmarginalized by contemporary critics and modern historians.
Mafarka the Futurist has been my favorite novel for years. Nov 27, Sarah added it. Luigi Basso rated it liked it Jun 08, Kindle Editionpages.
Sansot, as Mafarka le futuriste: Andrea Faustinoni rated it liked it Apr 03, Cary rated it it was amazing Oct 17, Mafarka, set in an imaginary African country, brought Marinetti to trial for obscenity. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Want to Read saving…. It is a masterpiece of legal oratory well worth reading. James Ketchum rated it it was amazing Dec 16, A closer examination of the futurist corpus and history, as well as quick survey of the feminist histories concerned with the movement, will reveal a much more complex and ambivalent position.
Grand rated it it was amazing Oct 18, It comes therefore as no surprise to find in the titular Mafarka’s struggles a vociferous rejection of mafarkka “debilitating” and pacifying effects of romantic love, and of what Marinetti conceives as its only harbinger: