Sauve Que Doit

By: [Surrealist Tract]

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Self-wraps, 8pp tract attacking the Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier and their French best seller, The Morning of the Magicians and the magazine Planete. The Surrealists saw their publications as slightly Stalinist while immersed in drivel and encouraging to every reactionary tendency. The trends denounced by the Surrealists have evolved into New Age drivel, making this another time that The Surrealists Were Right. A fine copy printed on tan paper with a small drawing by Brazilian surrealist Sergio Claudio De Franceschi Lima. Signed by everyone from Bedouin to Tarnaud, including Breton and Schuster.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 8 pp

Title: Sauve Que Doit

Author Name: [Surrealist Tract]

Categories: Surrealism,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: (paris), (French Surrealist Group): 1961

Binding: Softcover

Seller ID: 27347

Keywords: Surrealism Occult