LeSurrealismeAuServiceDeLaRevolution

 1930 - 1933. 
   The successor of La Revolution Surrealiste (1924 - 1929) and 
   proceeded Minotaure (1933 to 1939).

 1930 # 1  writings by Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Rene Crevel, 
   Tristan Tzara, Salvador Dali, Rene Char, Benjamin Peret,  
   Louis Aragon and others. 
   Illustrations include stills from Luis Bunuel's film L'Age d'or with 
   paintings by Salvador Dali, and a drawing of the Russian poet 
   Vladimir Mayakovsky -> with a skeleton.
   salvador Dali Assault on Spanish and Catalan Intellectuals.

          # 2 writings by Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Rene Crevel, 
   Rene Char, Benjamin Peret, Marcel Duchamp, Louis Aragon, 
   Georges Sadoul and others. 
   Illustrations include paintings by Salvador Dali and Yves Tanguy, and a 
   photograph by Man Ray. 
   The issue opens with an ad for Andre Breton's First and Second Manifeste 
   du 
   Surrealisme, and ads for two Paris art galleries.

 1931 # 3 writings by Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Rene Char, Yves Tanguy, 
   Max Ernst, Pierre Unik, Rene Crevel, and Louis Aragon, and others. 
   Illustrations include photographs of surrealist objects by Andre Breton, 
   Gala Eluard, Valentine Hugo, Joan Miro, Alberto Giacometti 
   and Salvador Dali. 
   The issue opens with an ad for the books L'Immaculee conception by Andre Breton 
   & Paul Eluard, La Peinture au defi by Louis Aragon, and 
   La Femme Visible by Salvador Dali.

         # 4 writings by Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Rene Char, 
   Tristan Tzara, Salvador Dali, Pierre Unik, Rene Crevel, and 
   Louis Aragon and others. 
   Illustrations include a collage by Max Ernst, and paintings by 
   Yves Tanguy and Salvador Dali. 
   The issue opens with an ad for several books by Salvador Dali.

         # 5 Writings by Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Marcel Duchamp, 
   Salvador Dali, Pierre Unik, Paul Nouge, and Louis Aragon, 
   and others. 
   Illustrations include works by Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali, 
   Valentine Hugo, Max Ernst, and Man Ray. 
   The issue opens with ads for numerous surrealist books by Benjamin Peret, 
   Tristan Tzara, Andre Breton, Salvador Dali and Rene Crevel, 
   as well as publications by Achim D'Arnim -> and Lautreamont. 
   There is also promotion of a major exhibit of surrealist art.

         # 6 features writings by Andre Breton, Luis Bunuel, Rene Char, 
   Tristan Tzara, and Benjamin Peret and others. 
   Illustrations include works by Alberto Giacometti, Rene Magritte, Max Ernst, 
   Andre Breton, Valentine Hugo, Salvador Dali, and Yves Tanguy. 
   The issue opens with an ad for the next surrealist periodical Minotaure.

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