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Surrealism was an early twentieth-century artistic movement that espoused a "practice of producing fantastic or incongruous imagery in art or literature by means of unnatural juxtapositions and combinations" and served as a reaction to the extreme, destructive "rationalism" it perceived as the guiding principle of European politics and culture culminating in the horrors of WWI. Which one of these authors was NOT part of the Surrealist movement?
Choose the correct answer:Andre Breton Jean Cocteau Andre Gide Louis Aragon
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