Books Like Always by Guillaume Apollinaire | Suggested Reading

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Cubism (1998), by David Cottington, is a comprehensive overview of this important art movement.

Stanley Appelbaum's Introduction to French Poetry (1991) is a collection of poems by several important French poets, including Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Arthur Rimbaud, and Apollinaire, that includes critical and biographical information on each poet.

T. S. Eliot's “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (1915), one of the most celebrated poems of the age, captures the pessimism and sense of hopelessness of the war years. It can be found in Eliot's Collected Poems, 1909-1962 (1963).

“Ocean of Earth,” another selection in Calligrammes (1918), is often cited as one of Apollinaire's most inventive poems.

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