Synopses & Reviews
The great Swiss poet and fiction writer, Blaise Cendrars, was also highly invovled in filmmaking, and wrote screenplays for several early French films. These three “films without images”—Gilles de Rais, Sarajevo and The Divine Aretino—were designated as radio plays, but reveal the cinematic nature of Cendrars brilliant and intelligent writing. This book will help to reveal more of the great modernist, author of Sutter’s Gold,Dan Yack, and Panama, or The Adventures of My Seven Uncles.
Three radio plays by the great Swiss poet and fiction writer, Blaise Cendrars.
About the Author
Born in Switzerland, Cendrars became one of the most known of 20th century French authors, noted for his novels Sutter's Gold and Dan Yack and his many collections of poetry. Translator of Celine's The Church and now, Cendrars' Films without Images