Radical America #04.01: Surrealism in the service of Revolution

Submitted by Reddebrek on July 5, 2013

Constituent articles:

- Introduction to 1970 (Rosemont, Franklin)
- Letter to the chancellors of European universities (Artaud, Antonin)
- Preface to the International Surrealist Exhibition (Breton, André)
- Excerpts from an interview with André Breton (1940) (Breton, André)
- Art poetique (Breton, André Schuster, Jean)
- The period of sleeping fits (Crevel, René)
- Excerpts from a review of The communicating vessels (Kalandra, Zavis)
- Hearths of arson (excerpt) (Calas, Nicolas)
- Surrealism and the savage heart (Bounoure, Vincent)
- Gardeners' despair or surrealism & painting since 1950 (Pierre, José)
- Introduction to the reading of Benjamin Péret (Courtot, Claude)
- The gallant sheep (Chapter 4) (Peret, Benjamin)
- The hermetic windows of Joseph Cornell (Rosemont, Penelope)
- Where nothing happens (Benayoun, Robert)
- The seismograph of subversion notes on some American precursors (Rosemont, Franklin)
- Electricity (T-Bone Slim)
- The devil's son-in-law (Garon, Paul)
- Such pulp as dreams are made on H.P. Lovecraft & Clark Ashton Smith (Parker, Robert Allerton)
- The neutral man (Carrington, Leonora)
- Dialectic of dialectic (excerpts) (Luca, Gherasim Trost)
- Surrealism a new sensibility (Mabille, Pierre)
- We don't ear it that way trace, 1960
- The invisible ray (excerpts) (Vancrevel, Laurens)
- The platform of Prague (manifesto, 1968) (excerpts)
- Notes on contributors
- Poems (Cesaire, Aimé Duvall, Schlechter Greenberg, Samuel Joans, Ted Legrand, Gérard Lero, Etienne Magloire-Saint-Aude, Clement Mansour, Joyce Mesens, E. L. T. Rosemont, Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Silbermann, Jean-Claude)