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Caws, Mary Ann, ed., Surrealist Painters and Poets, MIT Press, 2001.

This book offers a large selection of reprinted texts
from surrealist painters and poets, including some
rare letters and essays that are hard to find elsewhere.

Levitt, Annette Shandler, The Genres and Genders of Surrealism, St. Martin's Press, 1999.

Levitt places Surrealism at the center of modernism
and explores the philosophical stance of Surrealism,
the creative rebellion that was more than a new way
of looking at things.


Rose, Alan, Surrealism and Communism: The Early Years, Peter Lang Publishing, 1991.

At one point, Surrealism was linked with communism.
Rose explores this link between the two ideologies
and how it was established and broken.

Walz, Robin, Pulp Surrealism: Insolent Popular Culture in Early Twentieth-Century France, University of California Press, 2000.

Walz focuses on the little-known influences of
French Surrealism, which include fantastic popular
fiction, and sensationalistic journalism—part of the
darker, more...


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