Hardback 616pp Illustrated
9780300088755   Product Code: 21153
In 1909, Marinetti published the first manifesto of Futurism, the incendiary movement in which literature, art and music would transform the world rather than merely reflect it. Within a decade, its utopian ideals had become wedded to Fascist politics, scarring its reputation for decades. Now, in another period of unprecedented technological change and cultural conflict, this anthology of Futurist manifestos, poems, plays and images - the most complete ever published in English - provides an opportunity to reassess the movement's legacy.