The genesis of Futurism: Marinetti's early career and writings 1899-1909
The first part of this text studies the aesthetic and ideological currents with which Marinetti came into contact during his early, pre-Futurist, career. The second part focuses on Marinetti's early publications, showing how he assimilated his sources and how he progressively assembled the basic ingredients of the Futurist manifesto.
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