The game of war: the life and death of Guy Debord

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Pimlico, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 420 pages
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The first biography in English of the modern French revolutionary. Since his death in 1994, Guy Debord has been hailed as one of the key thinkers of his age. Implicated in the events of May 1968, Italian terrorism and murder, he was under surveillance by the French secret police for over a decade. This is the story of the lone, defiant figure who, at one historic moment in 1968, appeared to lead the drift of art and politics in Paris.

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Excellent biography of Guy Debord, founder of the Situationist International, which is particularly revealing about the movement's roots in the bohemian art scene of the 1950s. Mostly accurate and non ... Read full review

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Le Musee Guy Debord
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Dark Passage 193157
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The Lost Domain
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Copyright

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