Surrealism and the Spanish Civil War by ProQuest

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Greeley offers a comparative to the other artists she has covered through Picasso's painting when she states, "The fits and starts, doubts, partial successes, and gaps of artists testing out various pictorial, political, and social ideologies that appear in other works also appear in Guernica; they are all there but linked through a process of visualization that capitalizes upon such purported weaknesses, rather than succumbing to them" (p. 192).

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