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Marinetti, who called “Futurism, in its overall program, [. ] an atmosphere of the avant-garde” (2006). ” As a revolutionary term, avant-garde appears rarely, however, in English literary texts of the modernist period. E. ” Although Wyndham Lewis’s The Tyro has been regarded as an exemplary avant-garde magazine, the word avant-garde appears in it only in an advertisement for another journal, De Stijl, which promises to gather “all the avant garde activities of Holland” (1922). In “Vital English Art” (1914b), a Futurist document first published in English, Marinetti and C.
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