Vladimir Mayakovsky and Thomas Sharp Meet on Mount Olympus

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Jarvis, RK (2009). Vladimir Mayakovsky and Thomas Sharp Meet on Mount Olympus. 23rd Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning. Liverpool, UK 15 - 18 Jul 2009 Association of European School of Planning.
AuthorsJarvis, RK
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Vladimir Mayakovsky is usually regarded as a poet, Thoma Sharp as an urbanist. This paper reverses those on the basis that Mayakovsky regarded his writing as work towards building a socialist utopia, while his near contemporary Thomas Sharp regarded himself (and was) a poet.

KeywordsPoetry; Writers as urbanists; Comparative studies; unexpected connections
Year2009
PublisherAssociation of European School of Planning
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Deposited15 Mar 2018
Accepted16 Mar 2009
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