Benjamin Péret was a much banned surrealist anarchist writer also known as Satyremont, Peralda and Peralta. Being thrown out of Brazil for 'communist agitation' was only one of the many events in his relatively short but very full life. He is buried not very far from the man he first met in 1920, and for whom he never lost his respect: André Breton.
1899 – 1959
JE NE MANGE PAS DE
The collection of poems Je ne mange pas de ce pain-là (1936) is Péret's expression of non-allegiance to bourgeois society.