Tan d m Antonin Artaud dan farkl yd bu kitaptaki Yine ok co kulu ama farkl bi ekilde Kitab n n bas lmas i in yay nc y ikna "ETMEYE AL T MEKTUPLAR DA YER "al t mektuplar da yer yor kitapta z c oldu benim i in okumak Max a fellow Goodreads brought this book to my attention I never had a copy and it s very difficult to find even via the Internet but I read a library edition some years ago and it is a really remarkable travel journal Artaud is one of a kind genius I recall the first half of this book
highly thought rovoking lucid It has a few slow bits but overall the information Artaud resents feels invaluable Highly recommended if the topic interests you Guess I was looking for that same vital iercing style that makes up a majority of the City Light s Artaud Anthology which there s glimpses of here but overall the tone is much different and he s very obsessed with Jesus and God at one When The Light Went Out point of course in a different context but unlike his other work Bestart is w I had heard of Artaud and his theatre of cruelty but had never read him finding the surrealists dadaists and their ilk not to my taste A book about eyote and a traditional eyote religion however was a different matter While staying with friends in Springfield Vermont I borrowed this book from their library reading it on their front orch and at the local cafeThe book Vermont I borrowed this book from their library reading it on their front orch and at the local cafeThe book only glancingly about the Mexican เพชรพระอุมา (ตอน 04) อาถรรพณ์นิทรานคร peyote cult and theeople who ractice it The book is about Artaud and about what he experienced under the influence of the cactus taken up as grist for his mill He definitely had a recognizably sychedelic experience but the book was too idiosyncratic to romise much to readers int. Artaud received a grant to travel to Mexico where he met his first Mexican Parisian friend the Painter Federico Cantú in 1936 when he gave lectures on the decadence of Western civilization He also studied and lived with the Tarahumaran eople and experimented with. ,
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Takes a journey to Mexico to experience first hand the rites of Ciguri The rites often use the cactus based hallucinogen eyote His ideas go from anthropological to Brainwashing of the German Nation philosophical to justlain weird as he debates whether these are the Atlantians Plato
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