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They call for particularly that the next questions be wear the schedule of the Congress: the fitting to pursue, either in literature and in paintings, the quest for brand new technique of expression; 243 244 Manifestoes of Surrealism the correct of the artist and author to proceed to check the human challenge in all its kinds (demanding the liberty of the topic, refusing to pass judgement on the standard of a piece via the current measurement of its viewers, resisting all makes an attempt to restrict the sphere of observa­ tion and motion of any guy who aspires to create intellectually). This desire to have a say on particular questions encountered not anything yet hindrances: after the partaking Surrealist writers have been persuaded, easily, to permit just one in their num­ ber converse for them, they have been regularly avoided the paintings of organizing the congress, and at the ridiculous pretext own distinction that had not anything to do with the con­ gress was once being settled-by the individual whom the Surrealists had distinctive to precise their element of view-none in their names seemed at the poster or at the application. * It used to be in simple terms end result of the very insistent entreaties of Rene Crevel and possibly end result of the act of melancholy, whose • greater than per week sooner than the hole of the Congress. Andre Breton, assembly Mr. Ehrenburg unintentionally on the street, it sounds as if devoted the mistake of recalling a number of passages of his ebook, obvious by way of a author of the U. S. S. R. , and giving him a serious dressing down. Mr. Ehrenburg's quips could be remembered: "The Surrealists are kindly disposed either to Hegel and Marx and to the Revolution, yet what they do not want to do is figure. they've got issues to maintain them busy. They learn pederasty and goals, for instance .... They practice themselves to gobbling up an inheritance right here, a wife's dowry there. ••. they start with obscene phrases. these in their quantity who're much less sly admit that their application involves making amorous advances to women. those that understand kind of what is what needless to say they might not get very a long way that manner. For them a lady ability conformism. They hold forth a totally diversified application: onanism, pederasty, fetishism, exhibitionism, or even sodomy. however it is difficult to astonish anyone in Paris inspite of this kind of software as this. So ... Freud involves the reSCue and traditional perver­ sions are lined with the veil of the incomprehensible. The stupider it really is, the higher! " How su rprised we have been to profit that there has been not a spot for Breton on the Congress, from the instant that the Soviet delegation sided with the guy who insulted us! Organizers of the Congress censured what Breton had performed and requested him "whether he intended to assert that recourse to brutality was once the synonym of tradition. " Breton spoke back: "Recourse to brutality isn't any extra a 'synonym of tradition' to me than recourse to the main con­ temptible calumny is. within the current case the previous might be seen purely as a common end result of the latter. it's as very unlikely for me to confess that I angry the Soviet delegation within the individual of Mr.

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