El libro está disponible en la biblioteca virtual de Fundación BBVA Continental, puedes descargar el libro Autopsy on Surrealism del Autor César Vallejo.The capitalist intelligentsia exhibits, among other symp- toms of its death throes, the vice of the literary coterie. It is curious to see how the more recent and acute crises of economic imperialism—the war, industrial reorganizaron, the misery of the masses, the bankruptcies and stock market crashes, the spread of workers revolution, the colonial uprlsings, etc.—correspond, at the same time, to a furious proliferation of literary schools, as makeshift as they are ephemeral.
About 1914, Expres- sionism sprang up (Dvorak, Fretzer). Around 1915 it was Cubism (Apollinaire, Reverdy). In 1917, Dadaism (Tzara, Picabia). In 1924, Surrealism (Bretón, Ribemont-Des- saignes). Not to mention already existing schools: Symbolism, Futurism, Neo-Symbolism, Unanimismo, etc. Finally, since the surrealist declaration, nearly every month a new literary school bursts in on thescene. Never has social thought been so broken up into so many fleeting formulas. Never has it undergone such frenetic whims and such a need to stereotype itself through recipes and clichés, as if it dreaded its own freedom, or as if it were unable to bring about its own organic unity. A like anarchy and disintegration is to be seen nowhere except among the philosophers and poets in the deca- dence of Greco-Latin civilization. Thoseof today, in turn, signal a new spiritual decadence: that of western capitalist civilization.
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