Jarry

Jarry may refer to:

Places
  • Jarry (Montreal Metro), a station of the Montreal Metro (subway), Canada
  • Jarry Street, a street in Montreal.
  • Z.I. Jarry, the commercial/light-industrial suburb of Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
People
  • Alfred Jarry (1873–1907), French writer
  • Nicolas Jarry (17th century), French calligrapher
  • Raoul Jarry (1885-1930), Canadian politician and City Councillor in Montreal, Quebec.

Other articles related to "jarry":

L'Ymagier - Afterwards
... Following his father’s death in 1895 Jarry used his inheritance to found Perhinderion, a journal whose title is a Breton word for pilgrimage ... Jarry declared in the first issue of Perhinderion that the reproductions of the woodcuts would be photoengraved…without reducing their size, and struck…on laid paper ... Though short lived, Jarry and Gourmont’s work in L’Ymagier and the magazine’s highly symbolist style influenced many artists and writers of the early ...
Alfred Jarry
... Alfred Jarry (8 September 1873 – 1 November 1907) was a French writer born in Laval, Mayenne, France, not far from the border of Brittany he was of Breton ... to the surrealist theatre of the 1920s and 1930s, Jarry wrote in a variety of genres and styles ...
Ubu Roi - Première
... of the former, never arriving, despite Jarry's exertions, at a definitive version ... By the time Jarry wanted Ubu Roi published and staged, the Morins had lost their interest in schoolboy japes, and Henri gave Jarry permission to do whatever he ... night in Paris, on December 10, 1896, Jarry opened with a lengthy, unencouraging and buck-passing speech before the curtain, much to the boredom of ...
L'Ymagier - Beginnings - Symbolism
... Jarry wrote in L’Ymagier of the power of the direct and archetypal symbol, and set about comparing those symbols, such as the Passion and the Virgin Mary to the ... the universal, primitive, and often childish forces at work in art and society was one that both Jarry and Gourmont would revisit often in their own writing and artwork, particularly in Jarry’s most famous play “Ubu ...

Famous quotes containing the word jarry:

    The virtue of dress rehearsals is that they are a free show for a select group of artists and friends of the author, and where for one unique evening the audience is almost expurgated of idiots.
    —Alfred Jarry (1873–1907)

    Blind and unwavering indiscipline at all times constitutes the real strength of all free men.
    —Alfred Jarry (1873–1907)

    It is because the public are a mass—inert, obtuse, and passive—that they need to be shaken up from time to time so that we can tell from their bear-like grunts where they are—and also where they stand. They are pretty harmless, in spite of their numbers, because they are fighting against intelligence.
    —Alfred Jarry (1873–1907)