Franklin Rosemont

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General Information

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Name: Franklin Rosemont

Pen Name: None

Genres: Non-Fiction, Poetry, Other;

Born: 1943 in Chicago, Illinois

Deceased: 2009 in Chicago, Illinois


Illinois Connection

Franklin spent his early years in Maywood, Illinois and entered Roosevelt University in 1962.

Biographical and Professional Information

With his partner and comrade, Penelope Rosemont, and lifelong friend Paul Garon, he co-founded the Chicago Surrealist Group, an enduring and adventuresome collection of characters that would make the city a center for the reemergence of that movement of artistic and political revolt. Over four decades, Franklin produced a body of work, of declarations, manifestos, poetry, collage, hidden histories, and other interventions intended to inspire a new generation of revolution, and became perhaps "the most productive scholar of labor and the left in the United States".

Published Works

  • Surrealism and Its Popular Accomplices , City Lights Books, 1980
  • Andre Breton and the First Principles of Surrealism , Pluto Press, 1987
  • Lamps Hurled at the Stunning Algebra of Ants , Black Swan/Surrealist Editions, 1990
  • Penelope, Black Swan/Surrealist Editions, 1997
  • Revolution In The Service Of The Marvelous, Charles H. Curr, 2003

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Surrealism and Its Popular Accomplices

ISBN: 087286121X
Release Date: 1980-12

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Andre Breton and Surrealism

ISBN: 090438389X
Release Date: 1987-01-01

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Lamps Hurled at the Stunning Algebra of Ants

ISBN: 0941194337
Release Date: 1990-01-01

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Penelope (Surrealist editions)

ISBN: 0941194426
Release Date: 1997

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Revolution In The Service Of The Marvelous

ISBN: 0882863509
Release Date: 2003-01-01

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Literary Awards

External Links

Franklin Rosemont on WorldCat

Franklin Rosemont on Amazon

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