Some articles on bizarre pages, bizarre:
... The Bizarre Pages also inspired some other writers in the same group Radu Petrescu, Costache Olăreanu and the Bessarabian-born Tudor Ţopa ... Between 1960 and 1980, the Bizarre Pages also stimulated the work of isolated modernist authors, such as Marin Sorescu, Marius Tupan, Mihai Ursachi and, especially, Şerban Foar ... allowed for the republication of the Bizarre Pages, mistakenly included in a complete edition of Ciprian's literary works (1965) ...
... or his humorist's talent have also likened Urmuz and the Bizarre Pages to Gustave Flaubert and his sarcastic Dictionary of Received Ideas ... At the other end, those who focus on Urmuz's bizarre and sad metamorphoses have paralleled his work to Tim Burton's Oyster Boy stories ... In reference to the Bizarre Pages, Crohmălniceanu introduced the term "antiprose" ...
Famous quotes containing the words pages and/or bizarre:
“The way to learn German, is, to read the same dozen pages over and over a hundred times, till you know every word and particle in them, and can pronounce and repeat them by heart.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“No matter how calmly you try to referee, parenting will eventually produce bizarre behavior, and Im not talking about the kids. Their behavior is always normal.”
—Bill Cosby (b. 1937)