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30) Guillermo de Torre, "Ultra-manifiestos: estetica del yoismo ultraista" ["Ultra-Manifestoes: The Esthetic of Ultraist I-ism"], Cosmopolis 29 (May 1921), 53.
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.
Literalizing descriptions were apparently a particular target for his ultraist disdain and he imposes this assessment on the medieval material.
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.
In his introductory note to Fervor de Buenos Aires as well as in his Ultraist manifestos, Borges objected to the deliberate impoverishment of the poetic language brought about by the posmodernistas, since he considered metaphor to be the essence and building block of poetic language.
Within Spain, the Ultraist movement was deeply indebted to the Apollinairian model, and, along with other Paris-based expatriates such as the Chilean Vicente Huidobro, helped export it to Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico.
This volume presents the first comprehensive historical overview of a loose affiliation of radical social reformers, emerging from the most uncompromisingly moralistic, ultraist wing of the abolitionist movement, who established eight short-lived, non-resistant (anarcho-pacifist) communitarian societies in the period 1843-46.
As opposed to this obsolete paradigm, Borges insists that ultraist poetry is neither "individualista" [individualistic] nor "autobiografica" [autobiographical].
10) Borges was very critical of his early ultraist period and he dedicated much of his reflections on literature to defending his deviation from the movement.
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?
12) En "Autobiographical Notes" no solo manifiesta arrepentimiento por esta adhesion temprana, sino que la niega rotundamente trayendo a colacion el juicio de su traductor frances: "As to whether the poems in 'Fervor' are Ultraist or not, the answer--for me--was given by my friend and French translator Nestor Ibarra, who said 'Borges left off being an Ultraist poet with the first Ultraist poem he wrote.
Bustos Domecq is the ultraist critic par excellence; nothing can go too far for his tastes.