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Bohn's approach is chronological and as I mention above, each chapter is a discussion and analysis of a particular poetry group that created visual poetry starting with the second decade of the twentieth century and the Spanish Ultraists.
While making a concerted effort to re-learn a city they'd never known well given their cloistered childhood, they strove to share with local writers and artists the expressionist and ultraist notions they'd absorbed while living overseas.
When Xirgu's production of Mariana Pineda opened that fall in Madrid, Lorca told a reporter from the Heraldo de Madrid that he was neither an ultraist "nor a member of the avant-garde.
Joyce's baroque aspects were for Borges a great affinity--the early part of his writing, his ultraist period, was also about the revival of the baroque, no?