Blaise Cendrars, ca 1928. By G.L. Manuel Frères. «Chicago, Chicago, Chicago. Quand te videras-tu de tes cagots?» In 1932, Parisian publisher Édouard Champion sent a gift of 135 photographs of French politicians, writers, diplomats, and artists to the University of Chicago. Each image was framed and placed on display in Wieboldt Hall then in the International House. Couverture de Feuille de routes n°51 (2013), bulletin de l'AIBC
MORAVAGINE by Blaise Cendrars follows a madman, a descendant of the last King of Hungary, and a young doctor on their worldwide adventures from the Russian Revolution and to the First World War. Moravinge's madness becomes comparable with the dissolution of world and the chaotic disorder of life. "There is no truth. There's only action, action obeying a million different impulses, ephemeral action, action subjected to every possible imaginable contingency and contradiction. Life.