Filippo Tommaso Marinetti correspondence and papers 1886-1974 1900-1944

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Filippo Tommaso Marinetti correspondence and papers, 1886-1974, 1900-1944

Filippo Tommaso Marinetti correspondence and papers 1886-1974 1900-1944

Writer and founder and leader of the Italian Futurist movement. Correspondence, writings, photographs, and printed matter from Filippo Tommaso Marinetti's papers, documenting the history of the futurist movement from its beginning in the journal , through World War I, and less comprehensively, through World War II and its aftermath. Poesia

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Biographical/Historical Note Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, born in Alexandria in 1876, attended secondary school and university in France, where he began his literary career. After gaining some success as a poet, he founded and edited the journal Poesia (1905), a forum in which the theories of Futurism rather quickly evolved. With "Fondazione e Manifesto del Futurismo," published in Le Figaro (1909), Marinetti launched what was arguably the firs...

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Farfa, 1879-1964

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