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By Henri Godard

« Céline est un grand écrivain, mais ce n'est pas un écrivain comme les autres. Il m'arrive aujourd'hui encore, en lisant un des "contre-Céline" qui se publient périodiquement, de me demander remark j'ai pu consacrer tant d'années à éditer et à explorer l'œuvre d'un auteur aussi controversé et, en effet, aussi problématique... »

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The liberation from conformity and the search for new expressive models is approached further by Guillermo de Torre, whose 1925 study Literaturas europeas de vanguardia [Literatures of the European Avant-garde] has been called by many the Bible of the avant-garde: Hay un deber fundamental en toda generación disidente: toda promoción que marca un punto de ruptura con su antecedente y aspira Spanish Surrealism’s Absent Father 27 a comenzar en ella misma: literariamente hablando, a inaugurar nuevas líneas de expresiones, de predilecciones y motivaciones.

Christopher Maurer, in Poet in New York: A Bilingual Edition, trans. Greg Simon and Steven F. White, ed. Maurer (New York: Noonday, 1998), 185, 199. 3. Georges Bataille, Literature and Evil, trans. Alastair Hamilton (London: Marion Boyars, 1990), 48. 4. Michel Foucault, Présentation [Introduction] to Œuvres complètes [Complete Works], by Georges Bataille, vol. 1 (Paris: Gallimard, 1970), 5. 5. Art historian Dawn Ades has dealt with surrealism in Spain through the artwork of Salvador Dalí and has considered the relevance of Bataille’s interest in the work of the Spanish painter.

37 The artistic ecstasy and heightened sense of pure emotion evident in Spanish art forms including poetry, flamenco dance, Andalusian cante jondo, and bullfighting demonstrate—for Bataille—a “plaisir angoissé” 38 [anguished pleasure] through which one experiences a brand of ecstasy linked with death. The aesthetic anguish sensed by Bataille in Spain in the early 1920s appeared in his own artistic endeavors such as the transgressive novella Story of the Eye. A disturbing sense of delight also provided the foundation for theoretical ruminations in Documents (and later texts like Erotism and Actualité), which considered the work of Spanish cultural icons such as Santa Teresa de Ávila, Juan de Valdés Leal, Francisco de Goya, Picasso, Dalí, Buñuel, and Lorca.

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