Язык манифестов неофутуризма
The Russian futurism has become a precedent phenomenon for a number of Avant-garde poetic groups, some of which defined themselves as “neofuturists” or used other names that referred to their predecessors. In the experience of futurism manifesto practice of poetic circles of Mayakovski and Khlebnikov turned out to be the particularly important for them. Manifestos, declarations, invocations etc developed a special language, that was a beloved base for personal program documents. While the first Russian avant-gardists were declaratively breaking up with the tradition, their descendants saw them as founders of a new tradition, and seized upon it. This article is dedicated to some of these documents and practices (“nebyvalists”, ”neofuturists”, of so called Leningrad “philological school”, “buduschelys” and others), and to a number of straight allusions and reminiscences to famous texts of Russian futurism (primarily the “A Slap in the Face of Public Taste” manifesto).