AVANT-GARDISM AND LATINITY

Petre Gheorghe, Bârlea
unpublished
The effects the Avant-garde had on the way of thinking of people belonging to various cultures and professions were bigger than expected. The fact that there were Dada promoters who belonged to nations of Latin origin, such as Tr. Tzara and G. M. Teles, led future theoreticians to advocate the idea of a Latin union which-through joint cultural actions-could change the entire political, economic, and spiritual life.
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