A review of Revolution Of The Mind by Mark Polizzotti.
Despite his central role in one of the most influential of modern art movements, André Breton, the “pope of Surrealism,” poet, essayist, polemicist, and intellectual agitator, has long remained an enigmatic and somewhat elusive figure. This seems all the more surprising when one considers that he...
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