Selected Writings, Blaise Cendrars
Cendrars roamed the world for many years, a restless seeker who made life an adventure and his novels and poems the record of a never-satisfied appetite for human experience. While the greater part of the selection is concentrated on Cendrars’ poetry, there are also representative excerpts from the major novels and other prose books, as well as several essays, including impressions of Chagall and Picasso. Translations by Walter Albert, John Dos Passos, Scott Bates, and H. L. Stuart.
Forward by Henry Miller
Author: Blaise Cendrars
Format: Softcover / 290 Pages
Publisher: New Directions Publishing Company, (January 30, 1962)
Language: English (Translated from French)
Condition: Like New