[uh-pol-uh-nair; French a-paw-lee-ner]
- Guil·laume [gee-yohm] /giˈyoʊm/, Wilhelm Apollinaris de Kostrowitzky, 1880–1918, French poet and art critic, born in Italy.
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The next morning, Apollinaire went to an editor at the Paris-Journal named André Salmon.
Apollinaire accused his best friend of bringing the stolen statues to the newspaper.
Apollinaire urged Picasso and Fernande, then in the south of France, to return to Paris as soon as possible.
Apollinaire and Picasso faced each other across the courtroom as if they had no idea who the other was.
The very day Apollinaire asked Pieret to leave his home, the Mona Lisa was stolen.
- Guillaume (ɡijom), real name Wilhelm Apollinaris de Kostrowitzki. 1880–1918, French poet, novelist, and dramatist, regarded as a precursor of surrealism; author of Alcoöls (1913) and Calligrammes (1918)
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