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During World War I Zurich was a cultural and political showplace. Essays in this volume examine the social, psychological and political atmosphere that made Zurich the centre for revolutionary changes in Europe and around the world. Happenings and performances are discussed in aesthetic, socio-political, and anthropological terms. Other topics covered include Dada's laughter, the establishment and development of Caberet Voltaire, the exhibition and events at the Galerie Dada, and the periodicals that emerged from the Zurich Dada movement.
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Book Description New York: G.K. Hall & Co., 1996, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 8vo, hardcover, dust jacket, xiii, 281pp., ills. First edition, first printing. VG-/VG+: the book is clean, bright and sound save for a binder's error which folded a small portion of the front pastedown under and left a small gap/tear at the head of the endpaper; clean, bright and sound jacket. Seller Inventory # ATLBPKRDZCGFN
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