Título: London Bulletin 4-5. July, 1938
Editorial: London Gallery, Ltd. / Surrealist Group in England, London
Año de publicación: 1938
Wraps, very good- with spine chipping and loosening of wraps. This is the magazine of The Surrealist Group in England. Breton (2 ) , Tanguy (2) , Mesens, Eluard and Reavey are among the contributors to this issue on The Impact of Machines. This was George Reveay's copy with his ownership signature on the first page; he has also signed his contribution on the penultimate page. Reavey was a prolific and prodigious surrealist poet from Ireland, although he had been born in Russia. He was one of the first to bring the work of Eluard and modern Russian poets to the English-speaking world. He was a major player among the UK surrealists. A very nice association. (Reavey was also Samuel Beckett's literary agent. ) ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 43 pp. N° de ref. de la librería 25380
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