Freud's Couch, Scott's Buttocks, Brontë's Grave
Wilhelm Apollinaris de Kostrowitzki, known by the pseudonym Guillaume Apollinaire (1880–1918), was among the foremost poets of the early twentieth century. Apollinaire’s works include The Decaying Enchanter, The Bestiary, The Spirits, and Caligrams. He is credited with coining the term surrealism. Donald Nicholson-Smith has translated many works from French.