Seul tenant (Keeping in One Piece) is the eighteenth book of poetry by Gérard Titus-Carmel. It was published by Champ Vallon in 2006, and it finds its place today, in 2012, amongst well over forty titles – not including the many books and major catalogues devoted to his painting and graphic art – that offer important reflections on the work of poets such as Pierre Reverdy, Gustave Roud and Hart Crane, extensive or more compacted meditations on the art of Munch, Bonnard, Chardin, Philippe de Champaigne, Picasso, Ernst, Caillebotte, Bram van Velde, Goya and other artists, all this in addition to densely beautiful and freely contemplative books on darkness (La Nuit au corps [Night in the Body], 2010) and beauty (Le …

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Bishop, Michael. "Seul Tenant". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 06 September 2012
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