Surrealism and the Art of Crime by Jonathan P. Eburne (review)


The thesis and methodology of Jonathan P. Eburne’s Surrealism and the Art of Crime are made clear from the outset. Eburne’s aim is to chart how Surrealism, from its beginnings in the early 1920s to its dispersion in the 1950s, was shaped to a significant degree by its reaction to crime. His methodology is chronological, with each chapter pertaining to discrete moments in the movement’s history.

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