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See David Roediger’s essay “Plotting against Eurocentrism,” 169–176. An earlier, shorter version appeared in the journal Race Traitor, no. 9 (Summer 1998). Luis Buñuel, My Last Sigh, 123. Alain Joubert, Le mouvement des surréalistes, 172. Ayana I. Karanja, Zora Neale Hurston, 7. Lautréamont, Poèsies, vol. 2. , Surrealist Subversions. ” is included in his Surrealism and Painting, 347–348. See also David Roediger, History against Misery. The almanac, originally a special issue of the journal La Nef, nos.
Their manifestoes always create an uproar. ’ [Frequently, in the course of their demonstrations] the police were called in. It is dangerous to offend the surrealists. ”50 Such simple-minded blatherings may seem little more than amusing, but other enemies of surrealism had ways of enforcing their bigotry. In Hitler’s Germany, for example, surrealism in painting and poetry was reviled as degenerate art and officially forbidden, as it was in Franco’s Spain and Hirohito’s Japan. The Soviet Union under Stalin took a similar view.
Transition Workshop, 368. Biro and Passeron, Dictionnaire, 301. The relevant documents on Counter-Attack are included, with commentary, in Pierre, Tracts surréalistes. See also Robert Stuart Short, “Contreattaque,” 144–176. Karanja, Zora Neale Hurston, 10. , 23. Action Française (July 6, 1925). See Maurice Nadeau, The History of Surrealism, 114. Sisley Huddleston, Paris Salons, Cafes, Studios, 228–229. From a Dictionary of Terms Used in the Plastic Arts (Moscow, 1961), printed in Russian and French translation in L’Écart absolu, catalog of the 1965–1966 International Surrealist Exhibition (Paris, 1965).
Black, Brown, & Beige: Surrealist Writings from Africa and the Diaspora (The Surrealist Revolution) by Franklin Rosemont, Robin D.G. Kelley