Comte de LautrĂ©amont (Isidore Ducasse) - Complete Works
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"It is not right that everyone should read the pages which follow;
only a few will be able to savour this bitter fruit with impunity."
- Lautréamont (1846-1870)

   One of the earliest and most astonishing examples of surrealist writing, Lautréamont's fantasy unveils a world - half-vision, half-nightmare - of angels and gravediggers, hermaphrodites and pederasts, lunatics and strange children. The writing is drenched with an unrestrained savagery and menace, and the grandiose by turns - possesses a remarkable hallucinatory quality.

  • Les Chants de Maldoror (complete book)

    "The expression of a total revelation which seems to surpass human capacities" - André Breton

Rodrigo A. Siqueira