1905  b. Nantes
   French surrealist Writer and Poet.
 1920 Moved to Paris.

 1921 With Roger Vitrac met Louis Aragon and Andre Breton during a dada outing.
   First collection of poems published in Aventure whose editors were Marcel Arland, 
   Rene Crevel, Georges Limbour, Max Morise and Roger Vitrac.
   Contributed to Litterature and La Revolution surrealiste.

 1924 published  L'Allure poetique praised by Louis Aragon.
   Contributed to Transatlantic Review.
   Was married to Grety Dabija; separated by 1933 (when she married Wols).
   In Man Ray's photograph Waking Dream Seance
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   Seated: simone breton, L-R:  [[Max Morise, Roger Vitrac, 
   Jacques-Andre Boiffard, Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Pierre Naville, 
   Giorgio de Chirico, Philippe Soupault, Jacques Baron & Robert Desnos.

 1927 Joined the Cercle Communiste Democratique with Louis Aragon, Andre Breton, 
   Benjamin Peret et Pierre Unik.
    Signs Manifesto Hands Off Love in defense of Charlie Chaplin.

 1929  expelled from the movement. Contributes to Un Cadavre, an anti-Breton pamphlet.
   After the break with Surrealism, Baron became associated with Georges Bataille 
   and Documents in which he published a short essay on ''Crustaceans for the 
   Critical Dictionary'' (1929, issue 6).

 1930 Writes an article on the sculptor Jacques Lipchitz -> (1930, issue 1) 
   and a poem dedicated to Pablo Picasso, Flames (1930, issue 3).

 1934 Signatory to Appel a la Lutte against the rise in fascism.

 1935 He later collaborated on a number of reviews such as Le Voyage en Grace, 
   La Critique Sociale and Minotaure. 
   Baron also wrote a novel, Charbon de mer for which he received le Prix des Deux Magots.

 1946 Le Noir de l'azur.

 1969? Memoire, La An 1 du Surrealisme  .

 1973 Collection of poems, L'Allure poetique.

 1986 d. March 30th. in Paris.

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