Eugene Jolas

Eugene Jolas (October 26, 1894 – May 26, 1952) was an American writer, translator and literary critic. One of the founders of the Parisian literary magazine transition, his 1929 manifesto, “the Revolution of the Word,” was co-signed by many famous authors of the day.1

Works

  • Secession in Astropolis (1929)
  • The Language of Night (1932)
  • I Have Seen Monsters and Angels (1938)
  • Man from Babel (1998)
  • Eugene Jolas: critical writings, 1924–1951 (2009)

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References

1. “Eugene and Maria Jolas.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed February 28, 2021.

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