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April Carter, ‘Anarchism and Violence’, in J. Rowland Pennock and John W. Chapman (eds) Anarchism (NOMOS XIX) (New York: New York University Press 1978), p. 337. 18. See Anarchy 7, 1972, and 22, 1977, discussed in Martin Ceadel, Thinking about Peace and War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987), p. 150. 19. Rodney Barker, Political Ideas in Modern Britain (London: Methuen and Co. , 1978), pp. 7–10. 20. Barker, Political Ideas in Modern Britain, pp. 48, 49. 21. W. H. Greenleaf, The British Political Tradition Volume II.
34 Read used this conceptualization of the Northern identity as a defining characteristic of English culture. ’37 Read’s focus on the personality and emotionality of the artist played a large part in his claim for the value of the artist to society, and brought his growing interest in psychoanalysis into his critical analysis. Read applied Freud’s and Adler’s theories of personality and neurosis to claim that the artist was born of social dislocation and made a uniquely valuable contribution to society.
59 As the voice of surrealism in Britain, Read ensured that the British group were not only resolutely political, but also that the surrealist movement in Britain was marked by a very clear position on the indivisibility of their aesthetic and political commitments. Surrealist groups and initiatives were central to the efforts of British artists and intellectuals to rally support and funds for the Spanish struggle. Their political and fundraising agendas extended to wider challenges to totalitarianism, such as a retrospective of Max Ernst’s works in 1938 to raise funds for Czech and Jewish refugees.
A British anarchist tradition : Herbert Read, Alex Comfort and Colin Ward by Comfort, Alex; Read, Herbert; Ward, Colin; Honeywell, Carissa; Read, Herbert; Ward, Colin; Comfort, Alex