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Title: Marcel Duchamp’S “The Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even”

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Subject: History
Author: Eddie B
Date: June 21, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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He began reading Max Stirner’s “The Ego and Its Own”. Duchamp regarded this book extremely highly and it clearly had a remarkable influence upon his style. He also became interested in Raymond Roussel’s novel “Impressions d’Afrique” which depicts strange plots, word play, surrealistic settings and characters, and odd machines...

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On a trip he went on with a few friends, he saw various mechanical objects and felt that they were so much more pleasing than art at the time. He began to drift away from optically pleasing art and focused purely on intellectually stimulating art. Duchamp decided to avoid art for a little while, and got a job as a librarian...

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