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'''Le Phare de Neuilly''' was a surrealist magazine edited by the writer [[Lise Deharme]] and published in four numbers in Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1933.  
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'''Le Phare de Neuilly''' is a surrealist magazine edited by the writer [[Lise Deharme]] and published in four numbers in Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1933.  
  
Contributors include Raymond Queneau, Man Ray, Miguel Asturias, Alejo Carpentier, Jean Supervielle, Marcel Jouhandeau, Jean Follain, Georges Vitrac, and Robert Desnos.
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Contributors include [[Raymond Queneau]], [[Man Ray]], Miguel Asturias, Alejo Carpentier, Jean Supervielle, Marcel Jouhandeau, Jean Follain, Georges Vitrac, Robert Desnos, [[Jacques Lacan]], [[Hans Arp]], [[Brassaï]], etc.
  
 
==Issues==
 
==Issues==

Latest revision as of 22:50, 8 August 2014

Le Phare de Neuilly is a surrealist magazine edited by the writer Lise Deharme and published in four numbers in Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1933.

Contributors include Raymond Queneau, Man Ray, Miguel Asturias, Alejo Carpentier, Jean Supervielle, Marcel Jouhandeau, Jean Follain, Georges Vitrac, Robert Desnos, Jacques Lacan, Hans Arp, Brassaï, etc.

Issues[edit]

Le Phare de Neuilly 1 (1933). 25 x 18 cm. Download (75 MB).
Le Phare de Neuilly 2 (1933). 25 x 18 cm. Download (67 MB).
Le Phare de Neuilly 3-4 (1933). 25 x 18 cm. Download (113 MB).

The above PDFs are sourced from Bibliothèque Kandinsky.

Links[edit]


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