IS #1

  
Published in June 1958.
Scan of original Journal (in French) here.



Articles in English translations. 

1. The Bitter Victory of Surrealism (translated by Ian Thompson)  (translated by Reuben Keehan)

2. The Sound and The Fury (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Ken Knabb)

3. The Freedom to Read What? Some Nonsense (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

4. The Struggle for Control of the New Techniques of Conditioning (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

5. For and Against Cinema (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

6. Contribution to a Situationist Definition of Play (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

7.  Preliminary Problems in the Construction of a Situation (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Ken Knabb)

8. Definitions (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Ken Knabb)

9. Formulary for a New Urbanism (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Ken Knabb – original, unedited version of text)

10. Theses on Cultural Revolution (translated by Ken Knabb)

11. The Situationists and Automation (translated by Ken Knabb)

12. No Useless Leniency/Indulgences (partial translation by Ken Knabb) (translated by Not Bored! )

13. Publications for Situationist Agitation (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

14. The Second SI Conference (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

15. Venice has Vanquished Ralph Rumney (translated by Ian Thompson) (translated by Reuben Keehan)

16. Action in Belgium Against the International Assembly of Art Critics (translated by Ken Knabb)

17. A Civil War in France (Translated by Reuben Keehan)

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