Two Volume Set: The Night & After the Night

Two Volume Set The Night After the Night After The Night is about London in Or accurately certain quarters in the east Hoxton Shoreditch De Beauvoir Dalston Or perhaps it s simply a joke even of a joke than La Nuit the novel it is
  • Title: Two Volume Set: The Night & After the Night
  • Author: Michèle Bernstein Everyone Agrees Nina Power Clodagh Kinsella
  • ISBN: 9781906012533
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two Volume Set: The Night & After the Night
    After The Night is about London in 2013 Or, accurately, certain quarters in the east Hoxton, Shoreditch, De Beauvoir, Dalston Or perhaps it s simply a joke even of a joke than La Nuit, the novel it is based on If so, it may be one that comes at the expense of its protagonists.
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  • Michèle Bernstein Everyone Agrees Nina Power Clodagh Kinsella

    Mich le Bernstein born 28 April 1932 is a French novelist and critic, most usually remembered as a member of the Situationist International from its foundation in 1957 until 1967, and as the wife of its most prominent member, Guy Debord.Early yearsBernstein was born in Paris, of Russian Jewish descent In 1952, bored by her studies at the nearby Sorbonne, she began to frequent Chez Moineau, a bar at 22 rue du Four There she encountered a circle of artists, writers, vagabonds and petty criminals who were beginning to establish themselves as the Letterist International With one of these, Patrick Straram, she toured Le Havre in August, 1952, in order to see the places upon which Jean Paul Sartre s Nausea had been modelled.On 17 August, 1954, she married another member of the group, Guy Debord, and from then on she took a active role in contributing to its publications primarily its bulletin, Potlatch Bernstein recalls that Debord had earlier tried to pick her up in a caf in front of the Sorbonne, but that she had shaken her cigarette and said something disparaging However, they first became friends, and then lovers I did love him, and I am sorry he is not here with us now edit From the Lettrist to the Situationist movementAside from simply getting drunk at Moineau s and other nearby bars which was far from a minor part of their activity the Letterist International were primarily concerned with transcending traditional artistic activities to produce situations for themselves to drifting aimlessly around urban environments in order to assess their psychogeography and to diverting pre existing texts and other materials to new ends By 1957, however, most of the members of the Letterist International had either quit or been forcibly excluded, and the remnants opted to fuse with two other groups to form the Situationist International Bernstein and Debord visited Cosio di Arroscia in July 1957 the Situationist International officially came into being there on July 28 The other two groups involved were the International Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus and the London Psychogeographical Committee The former was an off shoot of the earlier CoBrA group of artists the latter was not really a group at all, but merely a name given to a single British artist, Ralph Rumney.Thereafter, Bernstein contributed a number of articles to the situationists journal, Internationale situationniste, either alone or in collaboration with the other members She also had two novels published through Buchet Chastel the same publishing house as would later first publish Debord s major theoretical text, The Society of the Spectacle, in 1967 In All The King s Horses Tous les chevaux du roi, 1960 republished Paris Allia, 2004 and Night La Nuit, 1961 , Bernstein fictionalised her life with Debord in the 1950s, particularly acknowledging the liberality including sexual freedom that existed within their marriage She also contributed an article on the situationists to the Times Literary Supplement 2 September, 1964 According to the French philosopher and occasional associate of the Situationist International, Henri Lefebvre, she additionally helped to support the situationists financially, by contributing horses horoscopes to racing magazines.During the first ten years of its existence, the situationists continued the work of the Letterist International, and extended them in new directions Feeling that they had already adequately transcended art, the group began to take on much of a socio political character, as they sought to realise their philosophy Their greatest moment came in the uprising of May 1968, which they might not have caused but which they certainly encouraged Bernstein herself, however, had officially retired from the group the previous year Her marriage to Debord had broken down as he became close to Alice Becker Ho The marriage was officially dissolved on 5 January 1972, and he proce

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