It would be nice to have access to these issues of Littérature accesible at your dear library or in a Manille-specific way, at the beloved library of my dear university (where I am usually at- when not smoking and not having classes). Unfortunately, public libraries aren't particularly well-stocked or you'd hardly be aware of them here in Manille. Malheureusement, our government hardly puts values in the arts.
Ben alors, these images features one of those nice and interesting bits of history as it was the Surrealist review founded by André Breton avec Louis Aragon and Philippe Souppault. There's that certain juxtaposition of images and words that appeal to me much like in the sense I'm feeling Monsieur Genet with his idea of cutting up the corpse of his lover and eating it himself in Jean Genet's Pompes Funèbres (which so far is getting me mental... I just love it!!!). I seem to enjoy a kind of obscurity or some kind of a chartering the unknown. It comforts me in certain ways. Enfin, I could just go back to wishful thinking that the library of my college which is the College of Arts and Letters would have a more extensive catalogue. I was surprised to find first translations of the works of Jean Genet to Paul Eluard to Romain Gary at our library and sadly none of the more recent writers followed (well, that's quite impressive for a country that's too caught up with the worship of those disdainful ricains). There's not even a Francoise Sagan in the database! Finalement, a trip to Paris to buy books is something I should be working on in the coming days as in really work on it.