eBook The Manifesto in Literature, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1558628800
  • ISBN-13: 9781558628809
  • DDC: 809.935
  • Grade Level Range: 11th Grade - College Senior
  • 1438 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2013
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Overview

The manifesto has taken its place as one of history’s greatest artifacts, inspiring and worrying entire populations as political tools, defining and describing many important literary movements, and bringing insight into the beliefs and intentions of some of the 20th Century’s most disturbing criminal minds. Spanning from the earliest published examples dating to 16th C. Europe, through the Declaration of Independence, to the 2006 Euston Manifesto, The Manifesto In Literature will describe the authors and their causes, as well as the social, political, economic philosophies that are behind them. The context of history will play an important role in describing the circumstances of their writing and how they were received and acted upon at the time of writing and after.

Part of Gale’s Literature Of Society series, Each entry in The Manifesto In Literature will provide a biography of the primary author or an overview of the group involved, the history and impact of the work, as well as an overview and analysis of the work itself. Colorful images, informative sidebars, further readings, extensive indexes, and chronological timelines will help round out the book.

Features and Benefits

  • 3 volumes each.
  • 300 entries each.
  • 300 full-color images.
  • In general, each entry will contain an Overview, Historical and Literary Context, Themes and Style, Critical Discussion, Sources, and Further Reading.
  • Some entries will contain Primary Source excerpts.
  • Many entries will contain informative Sidebars to provide additional context.

Alternate Formats

  • Casebound Edition

    ISBN-10: 1558628665 | ISBN-13: 9781558628663

Table of Contents

VOLUME I: ORIGINS OF THE FORM: PRE-1900.
ARTISTS AND WRITERS.
Essay on Criticism. Ars Poetica. Preface to Lyrical Ballads. On Romantic Poetry (in Ballady i romanse). Preface to Cromwell. Preface to Mademoiselle de Maupin. Philosophy of Furniture. A Defence of Poetry. Realist Manifesto. Preface to Leaves of Grass. On Realism. The Painter of Modern Life. Preface to Germinie Lacerteux. Letters from a Seer. The Birth of Tragedy. The Renaissance. Plea for Certain Exotic Forms of Verse. Naturalism in the Theater. Complainte du Sage de Paris. Against Nature (À rebours). Ten O’Clock. Le Symbolisme. The Poets and the People: By One of the Latter. St. Cloud Manifesto. Definition of Neo-Traditionalism. Preface to the Picture of Dorian Gray. Crisis in Verse (Crise de vers). Manifesto for Irish Literary Theatre. Athenaeum Fragment 116.
CHURCH AND STATE.
Magna Carta. Manifesto of Accession as First Ming Emperor (to Byzantine Emperor). Ninety-Five Theses. Admonition to Parliament (Puritan Manifesto). Rosicrucian Manifestos. A Manifesto of the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, Ireland, & wherein Is Shewn the Reasonableness of the Cause of This Republic against the Depredations of the Spaniards. To the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England (59 Particulars). Theologico-Political Treatise. Testament: Memoir of the Thoughts and Sentiments of Jean Meslier. Theory of Moral Sentiments. Brunswick Manifesto. A Refutation of Deism. Nine Pillars of Brahmoism. Tamworth Manifesto. Nature. Tract 90. Christian Non-Resistance. Ostend Manifesto. Wade-Davis Manifesto. 1890 Manifesto.
CITIZENS AND REVOLUTIONARIES.
Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude. An Answer to the Question What Is Enlightenment? Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen. Rights of Man. The Declaration, Resolutions, and Constitution of the Societies of the United Irishmen. End of the Old World. On the Principles of Political Morality. Civil Disobedience. Anarchist Manifesto. Rebel Manifesto. Catechism of the Revolutionist. Philosophy of the Bomb. The Red Man’s Rebuke.
EMANCIPATION AND INDEPENDENCE.
Act of Abjuration or Plakkaat van Verlatinghe. Chains of Slavery. Declaration of Independence. Liberty or Death: Proclamation to the People of Haiti. Cartagena Manifesto. Election Manifesto. Appeal in Four Articles. Ethiopian Manifesto. Manifesto of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Negro Declaration of Independence. Emancipation Proclamation. The Necessity for De-Anglicizing Ireland. The Manifesto of Montecristi. Jewish State. Basel Program.
PROLETARIANS.
A New Engagement, or, Manifesto. An Agreement of the Free People of England. Mite Cast Into The Common Treasury. Declaration from the Poor Oppressed People of England. England’s New Chains Discovered. Diggers Song. What is the Third Estate? Answer to the Impertinent Question, ‘What is a Sans-Culotte?’ Manifesto of Equals. People’s Charter. Principles of Socialism: Manifesto of 19th C Democracy. The Manifesto of the Communist Party. Anti-Plebiscite Manifesto. 1st & 2nd Manifestos…on the Franco-Prussian War. Manifesto of the Paris Commune. The Right to Be Lazy. The Manifesto of the Socialist League.
WOMEN.
A Muzzle for Melastomus. Declaration of the Rights of Women and of the Female Citizen. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects. Declaration of Sentiments. Ain’t I a Woman? An Appeal against Female Suffrage.
VOLUME II: THE MODERNIST MOMENT: 1900-WWII.
AVANT GARDES.
The Symbolism of Poetry. Futurist Manifesto. Green Sun. On Beautiful Clarity. On the Artist’s Calling and the Tasks of Art. On Cubism. Preface to Der Blaue Reiter Almanac. Manifesto of Futurist Women. On the Subject of Modern Painting. Beauty of Modern Visual Form. Why We Paint Ourselves: A Futurist Manifesto. The Art of Noises. Intersectionist Manifesto. Aphorisms on Futurism. Our Vortex. Futurist Synthesis of the War. Feminist Manifesto. BLAST. A Drop of Tar. Expressionism (excerpt). Mary Nettie. Anima Hominis. ABCs of Cinema. On Cubism (Reverdy). On Literary Revolution. Proclamation for Art! Dada Manifesto 1918. Our America. Modern Fiction. Manifesto (Work Council for Art). The Business of Poetry. Program of the Bauhaus in Weimar. Manifeste Canibale Dada. The Realistic Manifesto. Axiomata. Dada Excites Everything. Zenithist Manifesto. A Call for Elementarist Art. Actual no. 1, A Strident Prescription. Modest Woman. Mechanics for a Literary ‘Secession’. Manifesto of the Commune/Second Manifest. WE: Variant of a Manifesto. Bauhaus Manifesto. Marvo Manifesto. Toward an Architecture. Manifesto of the Union [or Syndicate] of Mexican Workers, Painters, and Sculptors. Constructivism. Manifesto of Surrealism. Seven Dada Manifestos. Creationaism. Composition as Explanation. Art, Revolution, and Decadence. Tank Manifesto. The Non-Objective World: The Manifesto of Suprematism. Manifesto Antropófago (Cannibal Manifesto). Poetism Manifesto. Yellow Manifesto. Proletarian Realism. Proust. Second Surrealist Manifesto. Poetry is Vertical. Theater of Cruelty. Manifesto of Mural Painting. Green Box. Bang Fist Manifesto. Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art. In the Guise of a Literary Manifesto. Short Organum for the Theater.
HARLEM RENAISSANCE.
The Souls of Black Folk. Declaration to the World. The Legacy of the Ancestral Arts. African Fundamentalism. The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain. Blueprint for Negro Writing.
SOCIAL AND POLITICAL UPHEAVALS.
Votes for Women: New Movement Manifesto. October Manifesto. Preamble to the Constitution of the IWW. The Battle Cry. Anarchism: What It Really Stands For. Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule. Women’s Suffrage: A Short History of a Great Movement. The Great Scourge and How to End It. To My Peoples! Zimmerwald Manifesto. Manifesto of the Sixteen. Spartacus Manifesto. Fourteen Points. Sinn Féin Manifesto. Facist Manifesto. Manifesto of the Communist International. Mein Kampf (My Struggle). Design for a Modern Secular Turkish State. Légitime defense. Declaration of Workers’ and Farmers’ Rights and Purposes. Humanist Manifesto I & II. Annihilation of Caste. Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Oxford Manifesto.
VOLUME III: ACTIVISM, UNREST, AND THE NEO-AVANT-GARDE.
AMERICA LEFT AND RIGHT.
Southern Manifesto. Powell Memo. For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto. Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front. Contract with America. Manifesto of the Tenured Radical. A Country for All: An Immigrant Manifesto. Declaration of the Occupation of New York City.
ART AND ARCHITECTURE.
Gutai Manifesto. Notes on the Formation of an Imaginist Bauhaus. Auto-Destructive Art Manifesto. I Am for an Art—. Fluxus Manifesto. Manifesto (Vostell). Maintenance Art Manifesto. Sentences on Conceptual Art. Inflammatory Essays. Delirious New York: A Retroactive Manifesto for Manhattan. Cheap Art Manifesto. 1st & 2nd Disaporist Manifesto. Manifesto (Woods). The____________Manifesto. Stuckist Manifesto. How to Write an Avante-Garde Manifesto (a Manifesto).
FEMINISMS.
SCUM Manifesto. Bitch Manifesto. SDS National Resolution on Women. WITCH Manifesto. The Redstockings Manifesto. Sexual Politics: a Manifesto for Revolution. Manifesto of the 343. A Black Feminist Statement. Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe: An American Grammar Book. A Postmodern Feminist Legal Manifesto. Declaration of Women’s Rights in Islamic Societies.
FILM.
A Certain Tendency of the French Cinema. Cinema as an Instrument of Poetry. Metaphors on Vision. Dogme 95 Manifesto. Minnesota Declaration: Truth and Fact in Documentary Cinema.
GLOBAL MILITANTS.
Sierra Maestra Manifesto. Manifesto of Umkhonto we Sizwe. Manifesto for Armed Action. Zapatista Manifesto. World Islamic Front Statement Urging Jihad against Jews and Crusaders.