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Atlas de littérature potentielle Read & Download Ç 4 ✓ A literary group founded in 1960 by leading French writers and mathematicians the Oulipo's original aim was to inuire into the possibilities of combining literature and mathematics and later expanded to include all writing using self imposed restrictive systems ContributTive systems Contributors include ueneau Calvino Fournel Mathews etcReproduces booklets no 3 20 46 62 67 and 70 in English facsimile of the series Bibliothèue oulipienne published between 1976 and 1995Contents Introduction The Two Manifestos Franç. Oulipo laboratory is a short book just over 150 pages set in fairly large type with one piece each by Lionnais ueneau Fourrnel Jouet Berge Calvino and Matthews the translator With the exception of Matthews' poetry the pieces are all interesting reading and the introductory manifesto frames the collection well but the book doesn't have enough depth to give a clear picture of the Oulipo group's work Oulipo booklets have been published regularly since the mid 70s so assembling a collection with depth definitely seems possible

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Ois Le Lionnais The Foundations of Literature after David Hilbert Raymond ueneau How I Wrote One of My Books Italo Calvino Suburbia Paul Fournel The Great Ape Love Song Jacues Jouet Who Killed the Duke of Dens Claude Berge The Poet's Eye Harry Mathe. head scratching fun

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Atlas de littérature potentielleA literary group founded in 1960 by leading French writers and mathematicians the Oulipo's original aim was to inuire into the possibilities of combining literature and mathematics and later expanded to include all writing using self imposed restric. A system based obsession that becomes writing It deals with formula and a great deal of wit Oulipo is both extremely silly and serious in how works are processed and thought out on the page When I was writing poetry on a regular basis I would often use techniues of the Oulipo as well as standard SurrealistBurroughs cut ups etc But what I did afterwards was cut out the experimental aspect so the reader wouldn't notice the techniue In 'Oulipo' works the means and ways of getting to the text is as important as reading the final work