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Exercise in Psychogeography

Published in Potlatch #2, June 1954


Piranesi is psychogeographical in the stairway.

Claude Lorrain is psychogeographical in the juxtaposition of a palace neighborhood and the sea.

The postman Cheval is psychogeographical in architecture.

Arthur Cravan is psychogeographical in hurried drifting.

Jacques Vaché is psychogeographical in dress.

Louis II of Bavaria is psychogeographical in royalty.

Jack the Ripper is probably psychogeographical in love.

Saint-Just is a bit psychogeographical in politics. [1]

André Breton is naively psychogeographical in encounters.

Madeleine Reineri is psychogeographical in suicide. [2]

Along with Pierre Mabille in gathering together marvels, Évariste Gaullois in mathematics, Edgar Allan Poe in landscape, and Villiers de l'Isle Adam in agony.

 

Footnotes

[1] Terror is disorienting.

[2] See Howlings in Favor of Sade.

 

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