The Syntactic Revolution

Abraham Lincoln Gillespie

Edited by Richard Milazzo and published by his legendary Out Of London Press (New York) in 1980, The Syntactic Revolution presents the collected writings of Abraham Lincoln Gillespie, one of the most radical expatriate American writers in Paris in the 1920s and a contributor to Eugene Jolas' transition magazine. In the OOLP publication, these texts are supplemented by documentary photographs, a complete bibliography, and biographical notes.
An on-line realization of three of these texts, designed by Brian Kim Stefans, and more about Gillespie can be found on Ubuweb.

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