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The Manifiestos ﬁgure among Huidobro’s more unique texts. Some of them are cast in the traditional mold of a manifesto or speech, in which the speaker cites established authorities and 29 Part One pertinent examples of poetry in order to refute them, following with his own statement of authority and poetic examples. These texts fulﬁll the characteristics of the manifesto as described by Jorge Luis Castillo: “la distintiva apariencia gráﬁca, (enumeraciones, frases en mayúsculas, espacios en blanco, elipsis) y el tono impersonal, histriónico, irreverente e iconoclasta” (151).
715). The poet condemns this exclusive mimesis and, in the act of calling for a new world, recognizes the role of his self: “[. ] y no hemos pensado que nosotros también podemos crear realidades en un mundo nuestro, en un mundo que espera su fauna y ﬂora propias. Flora y fauna que sólo el poeta puede crear, por ese don especial que le dio la misma madre Naturaleza a él y únicamente a él” (715). ”12 Ironically, this new role of the poet’s self had long ago been conceded to him by his mistress, Mother Nature, though only now has the poet realized it.
Most of these texts were ﬁrst published as a group in 1925, in French, with the title Manifestes. 3 De Costa describes the contents: The book contains ten manifesto-like essays, some of which had been published before, and is almost as interesting for what it does not reprint as for what it does. Uncollected, for example, is the 1921 L’Esprit nouveau piece on “La Création pure,” which had once served as the basis for his promotional lectures in Madrid and Paris, as well as providing the preface for Saisons choisies (Paris: La Cible, 1921), a showcase anthology of his Creationist work.
Aesthetics of Equilibrium: The Vanguard Poetics of Vicente Huidobro and Mario de Andrade (Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures) by Bruce Dean Willis