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The German contribution to the Dada movement, this collection brings together three texts, translated into English for the first time, which were essential for the very inception of the movement and which influenced its future development. Included is the only Dada novel, Tenderanda the Fantast, by the movement's founder, Hugo Ball.


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The German contribution to the Dada movement, this collection brings together three texts, translated into English for the first time, which were essential for the very inception of the movement and which influenced its future development. Included is the only Dada novel, Tenderanda the Fantast, by the movement's founder, Hugo Ball.

41 review for Blago Bung, Blago Bung, Bosso Fataka!: First Texts of German Dada (Atlas Anti-Classics 3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Black Glove

    DA DA DA This book has 4 sections: 1. A thorough and enlightening introduction that goes into great detail about the three works that follow. 2. Richard Huelsenbeck's Fantastic Prayers: a collection of free-form poems which are a mixture of surreal imagery and untamed gibberish. As chaotically enigmatic as the poems are, I find this writing a little too random, whimsical and directionless. I read the words - I forgot the words. 3. Hugo Ball's Tenderenda The Fantast (the so-called "only DADA novel") DA DA DA This book has 4 sections: 1. A thorough and enlightening introduction that goes into great detail about the three works that follow. 2. Richard Huelsenbeck's Fantastic Prayers: a collection of free-form poems which are a mixture of surreal imagery and untamed gibberish. As chaotically enigmatic as the poems are, I find this writing a little too random, whimsical and directionless. I read the words - I forgot the words. 3. Hugo Ball's Tenderenda The Fantast (the so-called "only DADA novel") is more of a novelette than a novel - it is the main event and the best part of this DADA triptych. Some amazingly descriptive and fantastical imagery here which I think will inspire readers and writers who generally enjoy absurdist literature. Fictional storytelling let off the leash! Good stuff. 4. Lastly there's Walter Serner's Last Loosening Manifesto: a short piece in 12 segments. Vibrant and "loose" writing that claims to be "the sole possible solution to the mystery of the universe"... Err, well... methinks a tongue is firmly stuck in a cheek. Interesting in an advanced horseplay kind of a way, like a madcap philosophical treatise.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Greg Bem

    An essential book of essential texts that form the root trinity of Dada, with an exceptional introduction that goes further into the exquisite details than most comparable books.

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