Guy Debord

1931-1994
"Guy DEBORD. Calls himself a filmmaker. Member of the Situationist International, of which he was one of the founders in 1957. For a long time, the responsible party for the publications of the SI in France. Also now and then involved in the different activities of this organization in several countries where situationist agitation was propagated, notably in Germany, England and Italy (sometimes calling himself Gondi or Decayeux). In 1967 published The Society of the Spectacle. The following year, a figure among the leaders of the most extreme current at the time of the troubles of May 1968. Following these events, his theses acquired a great influence in European and American ultra-Leftism. French. Born in 1931, in Paris." -- Autobiographical note in detourned style for the Champ Libre edition of The Society of the Spectacle.

Bibliothèque nationale de France

Alain Beuve-Mery: Two hundred people dine together to keep the works of Debord in France (2009)
Frédérique Roussel: Guy Debord Fundraiser (2009)
Alain Beuve-Mery: Patrons lacking for Debord's manuscripts (2009)
French Press Agency: The Archives of Guy Debord, father of situationism, enter the BNF (2011)
Bibliothèque Nationale de France/Eric Loret: Guy Debord: An Art of War/Debord at the top of the card (2013)
Antonio Casilli: The BNF, Guy Debord and the Schizophrenic Spectacle of Copyrights (2013)
Bernard Sudan: Guy Debord, the society of the spectacle and the medicine of the spectacle (2013)
Olivier Beuvelet: Debord at the BNF, or the Art of Diversion (2013)
Raphaëlle Rérolle: To Each His Own Debord (2013)
Eric Aeschimann: The Guy Debord Show is at the BNF (2013)
Pascal Holenweg: Those bastards, they’ve resurrected Guy Debord! (2013)
Jérôme Dupuis: Guy Debord: Force or Farce? (2013)
Benoît Duteurtre: Guy Debord turned into spectacle (2013)
Marc Lenot: Guy Debord at the Bibliothèque nationale de France (2013)
Laurent Wolf interviews Laurence Le Bras and Emmanuel Guy (2013)
Raphaël Sorin: Guy Debord for Dummies (2013)

Biographies On-line

Bracken, Len. Guy Debord: Revolutionary, 1997
Clark, T.J. Foreword to Anselm Jappe's Guy Debord, 1992.
Guillaume, Pierre. Debord, 1995.
Jorn, Asger. Guy Debord and the Problem of the Accursed in Contre le cinema, 1964.
Lefebvre, Henri. Interview, 1983.

Films

Hurlements en faveur de Sade. Filmes Lettristes: 1952.
Sur le passage de quelques personnes a travers une assez courte unite de temps. Dansk-Fransk Experimentalfilm Kompagni: 1959.
Critique de la Separation. Dansk-Fransk Experimentalfilm Kompagni: 1961.
La Societe du Spectacle. Simar Films: 1973.
Refutation de tous les judgments, tant elogieux qu'hostiles, qui ont ete jusqu'ici portes sur le film "La Societe du Spectacle". Simar Films: 1975.
In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni, Simar Films: 1978.

Graphic Art

Fin de Copenhagen (Collaboration with Asger Jorn), 1957
Panel 1
Panel 2
Panel 3
Carte de Paris avant 1957, 1957
Croquis (Unite d'Ambiance a Paris, 9.1.1957), 1957
The Naked City, 1959

Letters (complete listing)

See "Letters" Section in Bibliography

Letters 1957-1994 (in translation and available on-line)

Letters 1951-1957, etc. (in translation and available on-line)


1951
To Marc-Gilbert Guillaumin, 23 September 1951: meeting Isou, Gabriel Albicocco's film

1952
To Simone Dubreuih, 31 January 1952: your review of Isou's film
To Pablo Picasso, Summer 1952: here's a copy of ION
To Robert Chazal, November 1952: you're gonna get yours

1953
To Herve Falcou, February 1953: I am near a total breakdown, we are not ripe for suicide
To Gil J Wolman, June 1953: we must go on, despite our discouragement
To Georges Goldfayn, end of 1953: disagreement concerning Francois Dufrene
To Barbara Rosenthal, end of 1953: go grow old

1954
To Patrick Straram, June or July 1954: your resignation from the Lettrist International
To Gil J Wolman, 30 August 1954: the exclusion of Andre-Frank Conord
To the editor of Combat, 21 October 1954: the Centenary of Charleville
To Marcel Marien, 24 October 1954: first contact
To the Movimento Pittura Nucleare, 8 November 1954: first contact
To Asger Jorn, 16 November 1954: first contact
To Andre Frankin, 8 December 1954: Asger Jorn, Paul Nouge
To Isidore Isou, 22 December 1954: note the following truths

1955
To Patrick Straram, 14 January 1955: too late now for polemics
To Marcel Marien, 24 February 1955: your book Corrections naturelles
To Gil J Wolman, 7 September 1955: letter to the Times, the Huma festival, Isou and Pomerand
To Andre Frankin, 14 September 1955: Andre Blavier's is the stupidest
To the editor of the Times, beginning of October 1955: the destruction of the Chinese quarter in London
To Gil J Wolman, 7 October 1955: Andre Blavier

1956
To Marcel Marien, 1 January 1956: response to Le Soir
To Les Levres nues, 17 January 1956: send invitations to the following people
To Alexander Trocchi, late January or early February 1956: Asger Jorn is a likable, intelligent man, but a bore in conversation
To Alexander Trocchi, 26 February 1956: we have no attitudes in common
To Alexander Trocchi, we are free to act together or separately
To La Tour de feu, 7 May 1956: response to your questionnaire
To Marcel Marien, 29 May 1956: our collective declaration
To Marcel Marien, 1 July 1956: the tract against the Shell-sponsored exhibition
To Marcel Marien, 18 July 1956: the tract against the Shell-sponsored exhibition, the fake issue of Potlatch
To Stephane Rey, mid-August 1956: the tract against the Shell-sponsored exhibition
To Marcel Marien, 22 September 1956: why I missed the Alba Conference, our collective declaration
To Jacques Legrand, 7 October 1956: the tract against the Shell-sponsored exhibition
To Marcel Marien, 12 November 1956: Stalinism in France and Hungary
To Gil J Wolman, 17 November 1956: if you resign from the Lettrist International
To Piero Simondo, 3 Decemember 1956: trying to get to Italy for the exhibition at Turin
To Jan Kotik, 28 December 1956: Potlatch, Alba and Christian Dotremont

1957
To Ralph Rumney, 16 January 1957: Piero Manzoni, Ettore Sottsass, Yves Klein
To Constant Nieuwenhuis, 19 January 1957: the Triennale, a more advanced movement
To Walter Olmo, 28 January 1957: you're too late for the Brussels exhbition, your tone
To Ralph Rumney, 3 February 1957: problems with Asger Jorn's methods
To Asger Jorn and Ralph Rumney, 4 February 1957: you sabotaged the conference and Rumney must now choose
To Piero Simondo, 12 February 1957: problems with Asger Jorn's methods
To Piero Simondo, 14 February 1957: more about Asger, a chain of communication across Europe
To Piero Simondo, 23 February 1957: more about Asger
To Marcel Marien, 19 March 1957: "Lenin's testament"
To Piero Simondo, 3 April 1957: conclusion of the Asger Jorn affair
To Marcel Marien, 11 June 1957: printing Report on the Construction of Situations
To Piero Simondo, 18 June 1957: Asger Jorn and Giuseppe Gallizio
To Piero Simondo, 22 August 1957: concerning "situationism," the publication of Eristica
To Asger Jorn, 1 September 1957: the new movement
To Asger Jorn, 9 September 1957: Cobra, Ralph Rumney
To Walter Olmo, 18 October 1957: my critique of your text on experimental music
To Midhou Dahou, 18 November 1957: we have founded a "Situationist" International
To Pinot Gallizio, 23 November 1957: Eristica, Piero Simondo, Walter Olmo

1958
To Pinot Gallizio, 13 January 1958: Michel Tapie, Walter Olmo, "Address to the producers of modern art"
To Willem Sandberg, 25 January 1958: a "COBRA" exhibition in Amsterdam
To Pinot Gallizio, 30 January 1958: praise for your efforts and accomplishments
To Pinot Gallizio, 10 February 1958: what to do about Walter Olmo, the question of music
To the Belgian section, 13 March 1958: International Conference of Art Critics in Brussels
To Ralph Rumney, 13 March 1958: our ultimatum to you
To Walter Korun, 8 April 1958: International Conference of Art Critics in Brussels
To Pinot Gallizio, 25 May 1958: the civil war in France
To Walter Korun, 16 June 1958: I can't publish your article
To Pinot Gallizio and Giors Melanotte, 16 June 1958: Nunzio Guglielmi
To Asger Jorn, 3 July 1958: the printer wants his money
To Asger Jorn, 7 July 1958: the printer will work for very little money
To Asger Jorn, 8 July 1958: the printer has suffered a breakdown
To Pinot Gallizio, 17 July 1958: Nunzio Van Guglielmi, the SI as an association dedicated to bringing disorder to France
To Andre Frankin, 8 August 1958: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Constant, 8 August 1958: the importance of surrealism, "On our means and perspectives"
To Constant, 25 September 1958: freedom of discussion in I.S., response to "On our means and perspectives"
To Patrick Straram, 3 October 1958: how the SI differs from the LI
To Patrick Straram, 24 October 1958: serious contact through an exchange of letters
To Patrick Straram, 12 November 1958: clarifications concerning the SI
To Andre Frankin, 28 December 1958: political opposition to de Gaulle, Algerian literature, diversions

1959
To Constant, 26 January 1959: unitary urbanism, the exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam
To Giors Melanotte, 10 February 1959: Pinot Gallizio's exhibition at the Drouin Gallery, the exclusion of Hans Platschek
To Constant, 28 February 1959: the conference of the SI at Munich, Ferdinand Cheval, unitary urbanism
To Constant, 3 March 1959: the admission of sociologists, urbanists, architects and other specialists into the SI
To Constant, 11 March 1959: the admission of A. Alberts and Har Oudejans into the Dutch section, revolutionary politics
To Constant, 21 March 1959: the situation in Denmark, the Dutch section, the Munich conference, the working class
To Constant, 4 April 1959: response to Alberts, Armando, Constant and Oudejans concerning unitary urbanism
To Constant, 26 April 1959: the really situationist minority in the SI, unitary urbanism, superceded philosophical quarrels
To Constant, 30 April 1959: the Stedelijk catalogue, the name of the Dutch unitary urbanism group
To Andre Mrugalski, 5 May 1959: the travelling shot in my film
To Madame Dassin, 19 May 1959: allow me to add insult to injury
To Constant, 20 May 1959: Pinot-Gallizio's deficiencies, the exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum
To Constant, early June 1959: exhibition of unitary urbanistic models at Stedelijik, "Another town for another life"
To Asger Jorn, 2 July 1959: Henri Lefebvre and Lucien Goldmann
To Asger Jorn, 11 July 1959: Lucien Goldmann, Georgs Lukacs, On the passage of several people
To Andre Frankin, 15 July 1959: the question of time
To Chantal Delattre, 4 August 1959: On the passage of several people, Serge Korber
To Herman Wolsgaard-Iversen, 2 September 1959: On the passage, the Danish-French Experimental Film Company
To Constant, 7 September 1959: I.S. #3, big problems in/with the Dutch section, the painters in the SI, Stedelijk
To Constant, 16 September 1959: problems publishing Potlatch #2, stupidity or sabotage?
To Constant, 22 September 1959: problems publishing Potlatch #2, ready for a salutary crisis
To Herman Wolsgaard-Iversen, 22 September 1959: the duties of the ideal film producer
To Constant, 25 September 1959: deadline for I.S. #3, the dangers of museum exhibitions, Potlatch #2
To Constant, 8 October 1959: Potlatch #2, the heritage of COBRA, a church?!
To Constant, 16 October 1959: that church, "the tactic of the open door"
To Constant, 26 November 1959: the Germans, Gallizio's "In defense of liberty" tract, Van de Loo, the word "potlatch"

1960
To Asger Jorn, 8 January 1960: exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum, On the passage of several people, our debts
To Maurice Wyckaert, 18 January 1960: distribution of I.S. in Belgium, screenings of On the passage of several people
To Andre Frankin, 26 January 1960: mistrust, On the passage of several people, de Gaulle, Algeria
To Jacques Ovadia, 13 February 1960: contributing articles to Internationale Situationniste
To Andre Frankin, 14 February 1960: Henri Lefebvre
To Andre Frankin, 22 February 1960: Henri Lefebvre's "theory of moments"
To Willem Sandberg, 7 March 1960: we can make no compromise, therefore we can not participate in the exhibition
To Maurice Wyckaert, 14 March 1960: failure of the Amsterdam exhibition, double memberships
To Jacques Ovadia, 30 March 1960: envisioning a totality, your article, news from Israel
To Constant, 30 March 1960: Internationale Situationniste #4, Oudejans and Alberts
To Henri Lefebvre, 5 May 1960: revolutionary Romanticism
To Constant, 2 June 1960: please don't resign from the SI, the exclusions of Pinot Gallizio and Giors Melanotte
To Constant, 21 June 1960: your resignation from the SI, passion leads you astray, unitary urbanism
To Maurice Wyckaert, 22 June 1960: I am overwhelmed with work
To Asger Jorn, 6 July 1960: Christensen, Isou, Estivals, topology, Stedeljik, Constant, Pinot, de Jong
To Asger Jorn, 16 July 1960: exclusions, Constant, finances
To Patrick Straram, 21 July 1960: copies of the Notebook for a landscape to be invented
To Andre Frankin, 24 July 1960: events in the Congo, avant-garde theatre
To Patrick Straram, 26 July 1960: exchange of publications
To Heimrad Prem, 26 July 1960: exclusion of Guiseppe Pinot Gallizio
To Hans-Peter Zimmer and the Spur Group, 8 August 1960: Spur #1, Erwin Eisch
To Constant, 11 August 1960: our post-SI personal relations, the editing of "Constant and the Path of Unitary Urbanism"
To Constant, 24 August 1960: our "reciprocally cordial attitude"
To Patrick Straram, 25 August 1960: the Notebook, freedom of expression, differences between the LI and the SI
To Maurice Wyckaert, 1 October 1960: Roland Penrose, Arguments, the Declaration on insubordination
To Maurice Wyckaert, 3 October 1960: Henry Miller, precautions
To Patrick Straram, 10 October 1960: Declaration on the right to insubordination in the Algerian war
To the President of the Inter-Union Liaison Committee of Press-Radio-Relevision, 11 October 1960: your proposition
To Hans-Peter Zimmer, 29 October 1960: Hands Off Alexander Trocchi!
To Patrick Straram, 31 October 1960: demonstration against the war in Algeria, detournement
To Patrick Straram, 22 November 1960: the Notebook folds, police interrogation concerning the Declaration
To Robert Estivals, 24 November 1960: Isidore Isou, my dialogue with you

1961
To Andre Frankin, 24 January 1961: wave of strikes in Belgium
To Raoul Vaneigem, 31 January 1961: first contact
To Andre Frankin, 4 February 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Maurice Wyckaert, 4 February 1961: Albert Mertz, Henri Lefebvre, "the Utopolis project," Van de Loo
To Andre Frankin, 19 February 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Andre Frankin, 18 March 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Hans-Peter Zimmer, 26 March 1961: Otto Van de Loo
To the Spur group, 29 March 1961: you must choose between Van de Loo and us
To the Spur group, 17 April 1961: the exclusion of Maurice Wyckaert
To the participants in the national conference of "Pouvoir Ouvrier," 5 May 1961: my resignation
To Andre Frankin, 30 May 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Daniel Blanchard, 13 June 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To the Spur group, 15 June 1961: the seizure of Spur #5
To Rene Vienet, 21 June 1961: first contact
To Attila Kotanyi, 12 July 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To the Spur group, 20 July 1961: Spur #5, the Conference of the SI at Goteberg
To Uwe Lausen, 21 July 1961: Spur and Ludus-4
To Andre Frankin, 8 September 1961: ownership of ideas
To J.-L. Jollivet, 8 December 1961: Socialisme ou Barbarie

1962
To Raoul Vaneigem, 15 February 1962: sarcastic remarks about Attila Kotanyi
To the publishers and editors of "Vernissage" 15 March 1962: your journal is a piece of shit and you are pigs
To J.V. Martin, 24 March 1962: contents of Situationistik Revolution
To J.V. Martin, 28 March 1962: Jorgen Nash and Asger Jorn
To J.V. Martin, 5 April 1962: UNESCO, Verner Permild and Asger Jorn, Hanegal and Jorgen Nash
To the President of the Tribunal, 28 April 1962: the prosecution of the Spur group
To Andre Girard, 15 May 1962: end of relations
To J.-L. Jollivet, 21 May 1962: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Rodolphe Gasche, 18 June 1962: the Spurists
To Alexander Trocchi, 25 June 1962: defending Uwe Lausen
To J.-L. Jollivet, 6 July 1962: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Asger Jorn, 23 August 1962: personal authority in the SI
To Uwe Lausen, 9 September 1962: Der Deutsche Gedanke, Nashism, Asger Jorn and money, Rodolphe Gasche
To Rodolphe Gasche, 22 September 1962: Kunzelmann and Zimmer, autonomous groups
To Rodolphe Gasche, 24 September 1962: Zimmer and Nashist Situationism
To Attila Kotanyi and Raoul Vaneigem, 16 October 1962: secrecy concerning the meeting of the SI in Antwerp
To Alexander Trocchi, 22 October 1962: translations into French
To Francoise Lung, 15 December 1962: Christian revolutionaries, Notes critiques, Jacques Ellul

1963
To Alexander Trocchi, February 1963: potential situationists in England and the USA
For Robert Estivals, 15 March 1963: a theory of the avant-garde
To Attila Kotanyi and Raoul Vaneigem, 22 March 1963: Uwe Lausen and Der Deutsche Gedanke
To Raoul Hausmann, 31 March 1963: Dadaism, Lettrism, Situationism
To Ivan Chtcheglov, April 1963: resumption of contact
To Raoul Vaneigem, 1 April 1963: restraint and hinsight in responding to the press
To Alexander Trocchi, 20 April 1963: telegram concerning phony tract about Attila Kotanyi
To Alexander Trocchi, 22 April 1963: letter concerning phony tract about Attila Kotanyi
To Ivan Chtcheglov, 30 April 1963: many things all at once
To Ivan Chtcheglov, 13 May 1963: the spirit of the times, Strarum, Zengakuren
To J.V. Martin, 8 May 1963: exhibit entitled The Destruction of RSG-6
To Bechir Tlili, 14 May 1963: our polemic with Henri Lefebvre
To Ivan Chtcheglov, 8 June 1963: assorted short remarks
To Raoul Vaneigem, 8 June 1963: the internal organization of the SI
To Raoul Vaneigem, 19 June 1963: clashes within the SI
To Rudi Renson, 21 June 1963: how to act at the Exi Gallery in Odense
To the Library Circle, 27 June 1963: failure to get permission to reproduce a photo of the "NEVER WORK" graffito
To Francoise Lung, June-July 1963: the split in Pouvoir ouvrier/S. ou B.
To Ivan Chtcheglov, 9 August 1963: we have met each other again
To Edouard Taube, 9 August 1963: Zengakuren
To Toru Tagaki, 19 August 1963: Zengakuren
To Toru Tagaki, 3 September 1963: Zengakuren
To Raoul Vaneigem, 18 October 1963: Attila Kotanyi, Wilhelm Reich, Don Juan
To Toru Tagaki, 28 October 1963: Zengakuren
To Uwe Lausen, 14 November 1963: Wilhelm Reich, recent developments in the SI
For Ivan Chtcheglov, 25 November 1963: dedication letter for [new edition of] Memoires

1964
To Asger Jorn, 13 January 1964: the exclusion of Attila Kotanyi
To Bechir Tlili, 15 April 1964: you must choose between Lefebvre and us
To Ivan Chtcheglov, 25 September 1964: money
To Raoul Vaneigem, 25 September 1964: Rudolph Gasche
To Alexander Trocchi, 12 October 1964: you have been resigned from the SI
To Edouard Taube, 17 October 1964: Socialisme ou Barbarie
To Raoul Vaneigem, 10 November 1964: the strange behavior of Rudi Renson
To Rene Vienet, 17 November 1964: dialectical eggs
To Alexander Trocchi, 1 December 1964: I had no right to "resign" you from the SI
To Mustapha Khayati, 1 December 1964: "Correspondence with a Cybernetician," Arabic translations
To Mustapha Khayati, 21 December 1964: the Moles correspondence, Ben Bella, Moral Rearmament

1965
To Raoul Vaneigem, 8 March 1965: Treatise on Living for the Younger Generations, The Society of the Spectacle
To Marie-Christine Guillaume, 22 March 1965: you and your husand, Pierre
To Mustapha Khayati, 31 March 1965: attack on Abraham Moles, membership in the SI, anti-NATO demo in Denmark
To J.V. Martin, 8 May 1965: Asger Jorn wants to meet you and give you financial assistance
To Mustapha Khayati, 7 June 1965: the "Address to the revolutionaries of Algeria and all countries"
To Mustapha Khayati, 19 June 1965: the "Address to the revolutionaries of Algeria and all countries"
To Mustapha Khayati, 30 June 1965: the "Address to the revolutionaries of Algeria and all countries"
To Sean Wilder, 12 November 1965: The Decline and Fall of the Spectacular-Commodity Society
To Mustapha Khatayi, 13 November 1965: criticisms of Vaneigem's "Notice" concerning the SI
To Raoul Vaneigem, 25 November 1965: getting your book published
To Branko Vucicovic, 27 November 1965: on exclusions and the SI's "intolerance"
To Mustapha Khayati, 7 December 1965: the "Address," "The Decline and Fall of the Spectacular-Commodity Society"

1966
To Branko Vucicovic, 5 January 1966: on the SI's "monologue"
To Rene Lourau, 13 January 1966 intellectuals, teachers, Georges Lapassade
To Mustapha Khayati, 13 February 1966: the Old Mole bookstore, the last chapter of Vaneigem's book, England, Holl and Harstein, the situationist dictionary, Denise Cheype and the problem of girlfriends
To Mustapha Khayati, 19 February 1966: Raoul Vaneigem's legal problems
To Raoul Vaneigem, end of February 1966: your legal problems and choice to remain in Belgium, Rene Vienet
To Raoul Hausmann, 25 April 1966: in praise of Dadaism
To Noir et Rouge, 28 April 1966: on anarchism
To Mustapha Khayati, 1 May 1966: propositions for the discussion of the organization
To Daniel Guerin, 3 May 1966: Internationale Situationniste, Algeria
To the journal Aletheia, 20 June 1966: on militantism
To Guy Bodson, 4 July 1966: Le Monde Libertaire
To Fernand Verhesen, 4 July 1966: an imposture by Kostas Axelos
To Jan Strijbosch, 9 July 1966: the exclusion of Jan Strijbosch and the resignation of Rudi Renson
To Mustapha Khayati, 28 July 1966: the "Minimum Definition of Revolutionary Organizations," Anton Harstein
To Mustapha Khayati, 1 August 1966: Anton Harstein, the "Minimum Definition of Revolutionary Organizations"
To Mustapha Khayati, 10 August 1966: Gallimard is going to publish Vaneigem's book
To Gustav Metzger, 12 August 1966: the Destruction in Art Symposium
To Mustapha Khayati, 9 September 1966: plans for On the Poverty of Student Life
To Mustapha Khayati, 29 September 1966: the content of On the Poverty of Student Life
To Mustapha Khayati, 13 October 1966: illustrations in On the Poverty of Student Life
To Mustapha Khayati, 19 October 1966: titles of sections in On the Poverty of Student Life
To Mustapha Khayati, 27 October 1966: the attack on Abraham Moles, the Revolutionary-Communist League of Japan
To Mustapha Khayati, 29 October 1966: The Return of the Durruti Column
To Jean-Jacques Lebel, 30 November 1966: I did not paint your door
To Guy Bodson, 2 December 1966: on the CNT and the POUM
To Guy Bodson, 11 December 1966: your article on the SI, anarchism
To the Strasbourgeois, 23 December 1966: your plans to make a motion to dissolve the National Union of French Students
To Branko Vucicovic, 24 December 1966: our slight disagreements
To Herve Vernay, 26 December 1966: the Strasbourg affair was not a "spectacle"
To Mario Perniola, 26 December 1966: the Strasbourg affair, your article on the SI, the SI's general revolutionary theory

1967
To the editorial committee of Le Monde Libertaire, 3 January 1967: your critiques of the SI
To the situationists, 15 January 1967: the exclusion of the "Garnautians"
To I.C.O., 17 January 1967: your critique of On the Poverty of Student Life
To the Sisyphus group, 17 January 1967: we hope that we will have the occasion to meet you soon
To Andre Bertrand and Daniel Joubert, 22 January 1967: the ex-AFGES people, the exclusion of the Garnautins
To the members of the SI, 7 February 1967: defining the "SI organization"
To the Libertarian Group of Menilmontant, 7 February 1967: we agree to a dialogue with you
To Tony Verlaan, 18 March 1967: your mission in America
To the comrades concerned, 9 April 1967: minutes of the assembly of 9 April concerning calumnies against the F.I.J.L.
To the Libertarian Group of Menilmontant, 7 May 1967: the lies of Maurice Joyeux, the Anarchist Federation
To Jean-Claude Bruno, 17 May 1967: your response to the assembly of 9 April 1967
To Jean-Marc Charmillon, 23 May 1967: fuck off
To Pierre Lepetit, 27 May 1967: your posters have been covered over by the Joyeuxists
To the Black and Red group, 20 June 1967: the attack on Georges Nataf's bookstore, the Anarchist International
To the Rennes group of the Anarchist International, 16 July 1967: on organization and autonomy
To Henri Simon, 1 August 1967: our relations with Informations et Correspondance Ouvriere
To Tony Verlaan, 15 August 1967: first contact with Bookchin and Chasse, translations
To Edmond Buchet, 18 September 1967: the typography of The Society of the Spectacle
To Tony Verlaan, 3 October 1967: questions concerning translations
To the Anarchist International, 10 October 1967: the exclusion of Jacques Le Glou, relations with your group
To Jacques Le Glou, 11 October 1967: your exclusion from the Anarchist International
To Christopher Gray and Donald Nicholson-Smith, 25 November 1967: Robert Chasse and Tony Verlaan
To the English situationists in London, 28 November 1967: our relationship with those in New York
To Robert Chasse and Tony Verlaan, 5 December 1967: letter of admission into the SI
To Ben Morea, 5 December 1967: Allan Hoffman and you
To Robert Chasse, Bruce Elwell and Tony Verlaan, 14 December 1967: relations with Morea and Bookchin, and with the SI
To Donald Nicholson-Smith, 14 December 1967: Morea and Bookchin, Chasse and Verlaan
To the English situationists, 14 December 1967: Morea and Bookchin
To Donald Nicholson-Smith and Christopher Gray, 16 December 1967: Morea and Bookchin, the New Yorkers
To Yves Chotard, 17 December 1967: your organization in Nantes
To Robert Chasse, Tony Verlaan, Bruce Elwell, 21 December 1967: the "English situationists" have been excluded
To all the sections, 21 December 1967: the "English situationists" have been excluded
To Ben Morea, 21 December 1967: you are a piece of shit
To Murray Bookchin, 21 December 1967: you are only spittle
To Robert Chasse, 23 December 1967: a summary of what's happened with the English situs
To I.C.O., 26 December 1967: responses to an article that you published about us

1968
To Daniela Marin, 3 January 1968: Feltrinelli and your translation of On the Poverty of Student Life into Italian
To Eugene Bogaert, 24 January 1968: our debts to you
To the Turin group, 1 February 1968: "situationism" in Italy
To Jacques Ellul, 2 February 1968: our disagreements
To Sylvain, 29 February 1968: answers to your questions concerning the SI and our relations with anarchist groups
To Tony Verlaan, 24 April 1968: your relations with the English ex-situationists, The Question of Organization for the SI
To the groups of the Lyon Alliance, 8 May 1968: your proposal for an international councilist organization
To Christian Sebastiani, 4 June 1968: the CMDO, future SI members
To Raoul Vaneigem, 15 August 1968: the most notable results of our rural culinary experiments
To Raoul Vaneigem, 10 October 1968: the rights to the Treatise
To Robert Chasse, 14 October 1968: books about May 1968, Verlaan's membership
To David Bieda, 19 October 1968: an English translation of Society of the Spectacle
To Jean Maitron, 24 October 1968: your history of May 1968 as it relates to the situationists
To Robert Chasse, 4 November 1968: Elwell's membership, the French group's size
To Edmond Buchet, 24 November 1968: displeasure with your handling of The Society of the Spectacle
To Robert Chasse, 21 November 1968: Christopher Gray, Donald Nicholson-Smith, Ben Morea, books about May '68
To Claude, Roger and Yves, 28 November 1968: several uncertainties concerning the "Garnautin" Affair
To Edmond Buchet, 4 December 1968: nominating The Society of the Spectacle for a literary prize

1969
To Robert Chasse, 13 January 1969: constitution of the American section
To Claude Gallimard, 16 January 1969: no more books from us
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 19 January 1969: first contact, the question of organization
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 22 January 1969: insults directed against you, jealousy, Claude Gallimard
To the Italian section of the SI, 7 February 1969: a police spy, Italian pseudo-situationists, Italian translations
To Andre Schneider, 19 February 1969: an anecdote imputed to Daniel Cohn-Bendit
To the Italian section of the SI, 21 February 1969: propositions on the organization of the SI
To Guy Buchet, 21 February 1969: the second printing of The Society of the Spectacle
To Yvon Chotard, 28 February 1969: student life, the groupuscules, your group, the SI, Vaneigem
To the Italian section of the SI and Mario Perniola, 12 March 1969: clarifications concerning the organization of the SI
To the Italian section of the SI, 12 March 1969: the return of Charles Fourier
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 13 March 1969: Mario Perniola, Eduardo Rothe, the concepts of the spectacle and ideology
To Mario Perniola, 6 April 1969: objections concerning the question of organization
To the Italian section of the SI, 10 April 1969: Italian translation of The Society of the Spectacle
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 16 April 1969: various documents, letter concerning the Italian translation of Spectacle
To the Italian section of the SI, 27 May 1969: notes on the Italian translations of Spectacle and "Basic Banalities"
To De Donato, 4 June 1969: retribution for bad and unauthorized translations of situationist texts
To the Council of Nantes, 21 June 1969: Yannick Guin's The Nantes Commune
To the members of the French section of the SI, 28 July 1969: responsibility for the direction of our journal
To Rene Vienet, 30 July 1969: notes for an article on councilist organizations that Khayati was supposed to write
To the sections of the SI, 14 September 1969: the French section and its journal, Mustapha Khayati's resignation
To the French section of the SI, 1 September 1969: notes on Rene Riesel's propositions concerning our publications
To the Italian section of the SI, 20 September 1969: wildcat strikes in France and Germany
To the members of the French section, 15 October 1969: the functioning of the French section after October 1969
To the sections of the SI, 3 October 1969: the exclusion of Alain Chevalier
To the members of the SI, 21 October 1969: the SI after the Conference at Venice
To Eduardo Rothe, 8 November 1969: premature adhesions, the French section, the SI as a whole, The Wild Bunch
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 13 November 1969: I.C.O., a French translation, China, internal critiques, exclusions
To the American section, 14 November 1969: your ultimatums, postal delays, the exclusion of Alain Chevalier
To Paolo Salvadori, 24 November 1969: the Italian "Hot Autumn" and the French May 1968
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 24 November 1969: Neuberg's Armed Insurrection, the crisis in the American section
To the sections of the SI, 3 December 1969: rejection of the exclusion of Tony Verlaan
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 6 December 1969: Social-Democratic parties in Europe, the putsch in France, the American section, Mustapha Khayati
To Paolo Salvadori, 9 December 1969: Avviso al proletario, a Chinese poem, the American section, an Italian collection concerning Strasbourg, pro-situs in Italy and France, "Summary of 1965"
To the American, Italian and Scandanavian sections, 19 December 1969: exclusions of Robert Chasse and Bruce Elwell
To J.V. Martin, 23 December 1969: the bombing of the Piazza Fontana, the Italian section of the SI, Robert Chasse

1970
To Eduardo Rothe, 3 January 1970: the bombing of the Piazza Fontana, Gianfranco Sanguinetti has an attitude problem
To Jonathan Horelick, 6 January 1970: the American section and the delegates' meeting at Luxembourg
To Tony Verlaan, 10 January 1970: the American section and the delegates' meeting at Luxembourg
To the Italian section of the SI, 4 February 1970: problems with Gianfranco Sanguinetti
To the Italian section of the SI, 11 February 1970: problems in the Italian section
To all sections of the SI, 14 February 1970: constitution of the tendency of 14 February 1970
To all sections of the SI, 18 February 1970: the tendency of 14 February 1970, Gianfranco Sanguinetti's riches
To Claudio Pavan, 16 February 1970: problems with Gianfranco Sanguinetti, Fuck you, Claudio
To Paolo Salvadori, 17 February 1970: our tendency, Claudio Pavan
To the Italian section, 11 March 1970: Pavan is out, Sanguinetti must buy his way back in, Rothe and Salvadori
To all the sections of the SI, 17 March 1970: notes for the communal meeting of the French and Italian sections
To the President of the Supreme Court, 29 March 1970: no reconciliation with my wife Michele Bernstein
To the sections of the SI, 21 April 1970: Eduardo Rothe is excluded
To all sections of the SI, 27 April 1970: concerning the orientation debate
To the sections of the SI, 12 May 1970: next delegates meeting, recent "Leftist" attacks in France
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 1 June 1970: workers' struggles in France, la Gauche proletarienne, a leaked police plan
To Bernard Schumacher and Juvenal Quillet, 6 July 1970: Yvon Chotard and the Council of Nantes
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 7 July 1970: De Donato, loose lips, Mustapha Khayati, clandestine actions
To the members of the SI, 7 July 1970: note on a urgent and concrete question
To Tony Verlaan, 10 July 1970: Rene Riesel and the resignation of Francois de Beaulieu
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 20 July 1970: a suspicious photographer, Mustapha Khayati, the resignation of de Beaulieu
To Juvenal Quillet, 22 July 1970: your letter, the Council of Nantes, Pierre Brovelli, Yves Chotard, Jean Pol Madillac
To the members of the SI, 27 July 1970: remarks on the SI today
To the French section, 31 July 1970: the exclusion of Gianfranco Sanguinetti by Paolo Salvadori
To all the members of the SI, 7 August 1970: the exclusion of Paolo Salvadori
To Jonathan Horelick and Tony Verlaan, 8 September 1970: Pierre Barret, Gianfranco Sanguinetti
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 8 September 1970: Paolo Salvadori
To Jon Horelick and Tony Verlaan, 14 September 1970: telephone calls between Salvadori and Sebastiani, Tony's knowledge of them
To Jon Horelick and Tony Verlaan, 29 September 1970: dividing up the money and what to do with it
To Jonathan Horelick and Tony Verlaan, 28 October 1970: your tendency within the SI
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 4 November 1970: The Workers of Italy and the Revolt In Reggio Calabria
To Christian Sebastiani, 24 November 1970: participation in our tendency
To the members of the SI, 9 December 1970: Communique of the SI concerning Vaneigem
To Jonathan Horelick and Tony Verlaan, 29 December 1970: the split between the American and French sections
To Christian Sebastiani, 29 December 1970: the split between the American and French sections, Raoul Vaneigem

1971
To Mustapha Khayti, 7 January 1971: a stinging rebuke
To Revolutionaire Raad-Anvers, 13 January 1971: stupids attacks on Reni Renson
To the Situationists, 28 January 1971: meeting on 28 January 1971
To L.J.C. Boucher, 9 March 1971: a demystified examination of translation rights and copyrights
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 23 March 1971: "fascist" conspiracies, "anarchist" bombs and the Italian Communist Party
To Paolo Salvodori, 2 April 1971: an Italian spy, an Italian translation, an Italian police report
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 7 April 1971: pro-situs in Italy, your safety in Milan, an SI anthology in Italian
To J.V. Martin, 14 April 1971: Vaneigem's insulting text on Kiruna
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 7 May 1971: fighting for your inheritence, re-grouping the Italian section and the SI
To Guy Buchet, 13 May 1971: adding the subtitle "The Situationist Theory" to The Society of the Spectacle
To Fernando Ribeiro de Mello, 15 May 1971: Portuguese translation of The Society of the Spectacle
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 25 May 1971: those pathetic people in Torino
To the President of the Supreme Court, 4 June 1971: no reconcilation with my wife Michele Bernstein
To Asger Jorn, 17 June 1971: preface to the second edition of Jorn's On Form
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 30 July 1971: expulsion from France, your role in shooting La Societe du Spectacle
To Rene Riesel, 1 August 1971: Gianfranco Sanguinetti's expulsion, the attack on Jean-Marc Loiseau
To Rene Riesel, 7 September 1971: your wife faked an orgasm when Alice fucked her
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 16 September 1971: Riesel, The Veritable Split, Voyer & Raspaud, Lebovici, Loiseau
To Juvenal Quillet, 27 September 1971: Rene Riesel
To Jean-Marc Loiseau, 2 October 1971: all about Eve, the Riesels
To Pietro Valpreda, 23 October 1971: solidarity and 100,000 Lira
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 28 October 1971: news from England, sales of the book, budget for the film
To Celeste, 28 October 1971: a love letter
To Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, November 1971 to February 1972: publication of SI texts
To Juvenal Quillet, 11 November 1971: your book, a new journal, Vaneigem, your critique of the SI, "the revolutionary"
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 17 November 1971: a letter from Engels to Marx from 1851
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 20 November 1971: your return to France, news from England, drugs, The Veritable Split
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 1 December 1971: your letter to the French authorities and your return to France
To Mr Calabi, Editions Feltrinelli, 9 December 1971: no more translations for you
To Juvenal Quillet, 14 December 1971: the first 15 theses of The Society of the Spectacle, Jean-Marc Loiseau, The Veritable Split
To L.J.C. Boucher, 23 December 1971: your translation of Enrages and Situationists in the Occupations Movement

1972
To Maria Isabel Supak, 7 February 1972: who can be a situationist today?
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 15 February 1972: Feltrinelli, The Veritable Split, Rosboch, England, Connie and Celeste
To Daniel Denevert, 26 February 1972: juding the SI
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 20 March 1972: The Veritable Split, Vaneigem, Riesel, Feltrinelli, Vaconsin
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 23 March 1972: The Veritable Split, Vaconsin, Celeste
To Gerard Lebovici, 16 April 1972: interesting books you might want to publish
To Gerard Guegan, 17 April 1972: The Veritable Split in the International
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 25 April 1972: Rene Vienet, the Common Market, Feltrinelli, Italian elections, Rene Riesel
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 2 June 1972: the assassination of Commissioner Calabresi, your various tasks
To Jean-Jacques Raspaud and Jean-Pierre Voyer, 21 June 1972: meeting with Lebovici, dealing with Rassam
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 4 July 1972: sales of The Veritable Split, Lebovici, Rassam, Buchet-Chastel lawsuit
To Jean-Pierre Voyer, 9 August 1972: you're fired
To Asger Jorn, 18 August 1972: "The situationist movement begins to rout its adversaries"
To Mimma F., 9 December 1972: I would do anything to help you, my ideal house
To Yves Le Manach, 23 December 1972: the suppression of work, automated productivity
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 31 December 1972: delays, delays! the Buchet-Chastel lawsuit is finally resolved

1973
To Gerard Lebovici, January 1973: elements for the Society of the Spectacle film contract
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 3 January 1973: The Class Struggles in Italy (later called The Last Chance to Save Capitalism in Italy)
To Gerard Guegan, 5 January 1973: no more notices from you concerning registered letters to me
To Gerard Lebovici, 17 January 1973: films I'd like to use in The Society of the Spectacle
To Asger Jorn, 25 January 1973: your illness
To Jaap Kloosterman, 31 January 1973: the Dutch translation The Society of the Spectacle, a guide to its detournements
To the tax collector, 28 February 1973: my divorce and remarriage
To Gerard Lebovici, 20 March 1973: follow-through on films to detourn in The Society of the Spectacle
To Gerard Lebovici, 29 March 1973: further research into films I'd like to use
To Paolo Salvadori, 5 April 1973: the revolts of the high-school students
To Paolo Salvadori, 16 April 1973: your translation of The Society of the Spectacle into Italian
To Nanna Jorn, 4 May 1973: the death of Asger Jorn
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 13 May 1973: Isidore Isou, Rene Vienet, Francois George
To Mimma F., 9 June 1973: we were lovers once, what happened?
To Jaap Kloosterman, 18 June 1973: the Dutch and German translations of The Society of the Spectacle
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 11 July 1973: where's the money? getting a professional card as a Director of Films
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 20 October 1973: the film has been finished, what's wrong with these girls?, the Yom Kippur War
To Yves Le Manach, 4 November 1973: automation and "workers" councils
To Gerard Lebovici, 13 November 1973: basis for a defense in a possible lawsuit for plagiarism
To Eduardo Rothe, 19 November 1973: I accept your self-critique, announcement for the reprinted edition of Spectacle
To Gerard Guegan, 18 December 1973: a Middle-Eastern edition of The Society of the Spectacle

1974
To Eduardo Rothe, 21 February 1974: publication of the "orientation debate" of 1970, the dissolution of the SI
To Jacques Le Glou, March 1974: I have not believed a word of the stupid allegations made against you
To Jacques Le Glou, March 1974: you interest us
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 9 April 1974: the death of Georges Pompidou and other affairs at the French Court
To C.A.V.M.U., 30 April 1974: I do not work and therefore cannot imagine how I fit into your retirement schemes
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 2 May 1974: the first showing of The Society of the Spectacle
To Jacques Le Glou, 6 May 1974: election results, Ratgeb in Portugal, Pour en finir avec le travail
To Afonso Monteiro, 8 May 1974: an analysis of the Portuguese revolution
To Gerard Lebovici, 31 May 1974: Le Monde stopped listing our film
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 11 June 1974: Gerard d'Estaing, Portugal, Italy, The Society of the Spectacle
To Afonso Monteiro, 12 June 1974: the word "situationist" in Portuguese, Portuguese poetry, Ratgeb
To Jacques Le Glou, 25 June 1974: "our party" in Portugal, an "anonymous" review of Spectacle
To Eduardo Rothe, 26 June 1974: Portugal: the time has come
To Gerard Lebovici, 18 July 1974: The Society of the Spectacle, a sequel to it
To Jacques Le Glou, 9 August 1974: state terrorism in Italy, an old sailor song with new lyrics
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 10 August 1974: the scenario for your "comic" film about alcoholism
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 25 September 1974: alcoholism, suicide, death, love
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 15 October 1974: the first chapter of The Veritable Report, what will make it a success
To Juvenal Quillet and Bernard Schumacher, 9 December 1974: changes at Champ Libre, your book
To Jacques Le Glou, 9 December 1974: Rene Vienet is a failure
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 10 December 1974: changes at Editions Champ Libre
To Gerard Lebovici, 14 December 1974: Jean-Pierre Voyer's book on "publicity"

1975
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 31 January 1975: Patrick Cheval, problems with the film's distributor, America, Portugal
Afonso Monteiro, 24 February 1975: what is your position as a practical force in Portugal?
Afonso Monteiro, March 1975: an evaluation of your public activity in the revolutionary movement in Portugal
To Gerard Lebovici, 7 March 1975: concerning the publication of The Breton Mole
To Anita Chevallier, 16 March 1975: proposed translation of Enrages and Situationists in the Occupations Movement
To Paolo Salvadori, 16 March 1975: the recent arrest of Gianfranco Sanguinetti
To Gerard Lebovici, 16 March 1975: Gallimard, Ven Gennep, Buchet
To Gerard Lebovici, 17 April 1975: Yves Le Manach, the titles published by Champ Libre
To Gerard Lebovici, 26 April 1975: film contract for the Refutation, events in Portugal
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 20 May 1975: how to respond to shadowy imputations concerning the Situationist International
To Jaime Semprun, 31 May 1975: the publication of The Social War in Portugal, Paolo Salvadori
To Anne Krief and Jaime Semprun, 10 June 1975: the SI in Italy today
To Simar Films, 24 June 1975: film clips I would like to use in the Refutation of All Judgments
To Jaime Semprun, 24 June 1975: publicizing The Social War in Portugal
To Jaime Semprun, 3 July 1975: publicity for The Social War, Editions Champ Libre
To Jaime Semprun, 17 July 1975: Precis de Recuperation, The Social War, Portugal
To Anne Krief and Jaime Semprun, 23 July 1975: recording the voice-over for Refutation, Portugal
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 24 July 1975: I am so glad that the "Censor" book has been completed
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 6 August 1975: the publication of The Last Chance to Save Capitalism in Italy by "Censor"
To Gerard Lebovici, 9 August 1975: work schedule for Refutation of All Judgments
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 15 August 1975: a "preface" for Censor, Afonso-Rayo and the turning point in Portugal
To A. Monteiro and friends, 15 November 1975: your invitations for me to come help you in Portugal
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 10 October 1975: the "Censor" book is a triumph! how to capitalize on its success
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 26 October 1975: translating "Censor" into French, what comes next
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 29 December 1975: a brief note about about Scotti Camuzzi for the follow-up to "Censor"

1976
To Gerard Lebovici, 2 January 1976: the "professional" proofreader did a terrible job on my manuscript
To Gerard Lebovici, 7 January 1976: notes for a film contract for In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 15 January 1976: your incredible stupidity concerning the Italian edition of "Censor"
To Jaime Semprun, 11 February 1976: Summary of Recuperation, Illustrated by a Number of Examples Drawn from Recent History
To Gerard Lebovici, 7 March 1976: the disruption of the screening of The Society of the Spectacle
To Jean-Pierre Voyer, 18 March 1976: the siege of Vincennes
To Gerard Lebovici, 24 May 1976: the principles behind the rules of the kriegspiel game
To Gerard Lebovici, 29 September 1976: Bruno Rizzi's The Bureaucratization of the World
To Gerard Lebovici, 19 October 1976: response to Khayati and Vaneigem concerning the reprint of On the Poverty of Student Life
To Guy Leccia, 7 December 1976: our neighborhood, organic food, ecology, recuperation, Malraux, Charlie Hebdo
To Jaime Semprun, 26 December 1976: my relations with Editions Champ Libre

1977
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 21 January 1977: if you make a film of The Veritable Report, you can absolutely count on my aid
To Gerard Lebovici, 21 July 1977: Rene Vienet's latest film, the situation in Italy, In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 2 August 1977: sales of "Censor" in France, my benevolence towards you is almost exhausted
To Gerard Lebovici, 17 August 1977: my distance from Gianfranco Sanguinetti
To Gerard Lebovici, 2 September 1977: the book Indiani in citta

1978
To Jesus Castellote, 5 January 1978: you are a liar and a piece of shit
To Donald Nicholson-Smith, 16 February 1978: your proposal to translate some of my writings
To Gerard Lebovici, 8 March 1978: Complete Cinematographic Works and the cinema in general
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 21 April 1978: the Red Brigades and Aldo Moro
To Donald Nicholson-Smith, 27 April 1978: the merits of professional publishers, In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni
To Gerard Lebovici, 7 May 1978: the German edition of Spectacle, notice concerning Champ Libre's Correspondence
To Gerard Lebovici, 29 June 1978: Voyer, Sanguinetti, recent references to the situs, the Red Brigades
To Paolo Salvadori, 3 July 1978: Preface to the Italian translation of The Society of the Spectacle
To to Gianfranco Sanguinetti 29 August 1978: please explain the contradiction between your last two letters
To Paolo Salvadori, 18 September 1978: the murder of Andreas Baader, the killing of Aldo Moro, the Red Brigades
To Gianfranco Sanguinetti, 7 October 1978: the death of Pope John Paul I, fires in Italy, meeting in Geneva
To Gerard Lebovici, 20 October 1978: the cover of and text for Complete Cinematographic Works
To Paolo Salvadori, 12 November 1978: Sanguinetti's On Terrorism and the State, translations
To Gerard Lebovici, 29 November 1978: Rene Vienet, an Italian anthology of Internationale Situationniste
To Paolo Salvadori, 5 December 1978: choosing an Italian publisher, the letters from Aldo Moro

1979
To Paolo Salvadori, 7 February 1979: translating the Preface into Italian
To Gerard Lebovici, 27 May 1979: Donald Nicholson-Smith's bitter discontent
To Gerard Lebovici, 11 July 1979: Donald Nicholson-Smith's cynical and demented careerism, Voyer, Vaneigem
To Gerard Lebovici, 12 November 1979: Complete Cinematographic Works, Jacques Mesrine
To Paolo Salvadori, 30 November 1979: Vaneigem's Book of Pleasures
To Michel Prigent, 7 Decemeber 1979: your translation of the Preface into English, the SI is like radioactivity

1980
To Gerard Lebovici, 29 March 1980: press responses to recent translations of my publications
To Gerard Lebovici, 11 June 1980: what to do about screening In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni?
To Gerard Lebovici, 3 July 1980: Diego Camacho and the death of Durruti
To Mikis Anastassiadis, 5 August 1980: the Greek translation of The Society of the Spectacle
To Gerard Lebovici, 15 September 1980: Appeals from the Prison in Segovia
To Gerard Lebovici, 28 November 1980: a strategic analysis of our success in Segovia

1981
To Gerard Lebovici, 18 January 1981: the prisoners in Segovia, my evening with Mara Jerez
To Michel Prigent, 26 January 1981: the prisoners in Segovia, the situation in Poland
To Jaap Kloosterman, 23 February 1981: Arthur Lehning, Sanguinetti's book about terrorism, Spain, Poland
To Eugene Becker, 25 February 1981: the pronunciamento of 29 January 1981 (song lyrics)
To Michel Prigent, 25 February 1981: the pronunciamento of 29 January 1981 (strategic analysis)
To Gerard Lebovici: 11 March 1981: Mara and the project to record songs about the prisoners in Segovia
To Jaap Kloosterman, 12 May 1981: Jean-Pierre Voyer, Lebovici's "Marxo-situationist" orthodoxy, Jaime Semprun
To Marianne Brull, 19 June 1981: your proposal for a third Spanish edition of The Society of the Spectacle
To Miguel Amoros, 13 August 1981: electronic surveillance, "democracy" in Spain
To Guillermo Gonzalez Garcia, 14 August 1981: our activities in Spain on behalf of the prisoners in Segovia
To Gerard Lebovici, 20 August 1981: William Benbow's Grand National Holiday
To Jean-Francois Martos, 29 August 1981: Gianfranco Sanguinetti's failure to respond to you, various provocations
To Michel Prigent, 29 August 1981: who was at the Gay-Lussac barricade in May '68

1982
To Jean-Francois Martos, 10 January 1982: the on-going crackdown in Poland, the pro-situ scene in Paris
To Jean-Francois Martos, 25 February 1982: the pro-situ scene in Paris, the Sanguinettists, the Red Brigades, Poland
To Jaap Kloosterman, 6 March 1982: the current situation in Poland, the failure of our efforts in Spain
To Jaap Kloosterman, 26 March 1982: the current situation in Poland
To Jacques Le Glou, 15 November 1982: reviews of In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni

1983
To Jacques Le Glou, 15 April 1983: rumors about the shooting of In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni
To Gerard Lebovici, 3 May 1983: Champ Libre's declining sales, August von Cieszhowski's Prolegomena
To Gerard Lebovici, 11 September 1983: the screenings of my films at the Cujas

1984
To Gerard Lebovici, 20 January 1984: Andre Bercoff's plagiarism of Gianfranco Sanguinetti
To Thierry Levy, 23 March 1984: attacking newspapers that have defamed me concerning the murder of Gerard Lebovici
To Thierry Levy, 30 March 1984: attacking newspapers that have defamed me concerning the murder of Gerard Lebovici
To Thierry Levy, 14 April 1984: Jean-Pierre Voyer
To Floriana Lebovici, 25 April 1984: the film project Of Spain
To Paolo Salvadori, 29 April 1984: the assassination of Gerard Lebovici
To Christian Sebastiani and Jaime Semprun, 9 May 1984: the assassination of Gerard Lebovici
To Thierry Levy, 12 June 1984: how to present me to the court
To Floriana Lebovici, 30 August 1984: Gerard's book All About the Person
To Thierry Levy, 4 September 1984: congratulations and thank you for our victory in court
To Thierry Levy, 19 September 1984: the newspapers that I wish to carry the text of the judgment against them
To Floriana Lebovici, 20 September 1984: Nico Jassies, Jacques Le Glou
To Floriana Lebovici, 6 October 1984: Thierry Levy, Mezioud Ouldamer
To Floriana Lebovici, 15 October 1984: Francis Ryck and Captain Barril on Gerard's assassination
To Floriana Lebovici, 21 October 1984: the threats made against you
To Thierry Levy, 7 November 1984: the progress of our lawsuits
To Jaime Semprun and friends, 14 November 1984: L'Encyclopedie des Nuisances, Words and Bullets
To Floriana Lebovici, 20 November 1984: the new translation of Clausewitz's On War, Francis Pagnon
To Paolo Salvadori, 11 December 1984: the assassination of Gerard Lebovici

1985
To Floriana Lebovici, 24 January 1985: the police interrogated me yesterday about Gerard's murder
To Thierry Levy, 4 February 1985: Minute appeals and brings up the situationists
To Floriana Lebovici, 7 February 1985: who killed Gerard Lebovici?
To Floriana Lebovici, 12 February 1985: Considerations on the Assassination of Gerard Lebovici
To Jaime Semprun, 5 March 1985: the criminal brigade's investigation, L'Encyclopedie des Nuisances
To Floriana Lebovici, 29 May 1985: the murder of Bruno Sulak and its possible connection to that of Gerard
To Jaime Semprun, 1 June 1985: Considerations on the Assassination of Gerard Lebovici, L'Encyclopedie des Nuisances
To Floriana Lebovici, 7 July 1985: preface to Potlatch (1954-57)
To Floriana Lebovici, 3 August 1985: Documents Relative to the Foundation of the Situationist International
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 10 August 1985: your translation of the "Preface to the 4th Italian Edition" into German
To Jean-Francois Martos, 14 September 1985: your History of the Situationist International
To L'Encyclopedie des Nuisances, 16 September 1985: on irony, the text of Abat-faim
To Mezioud Ouldamer, 22 November 1985: France and the "immigrant question"
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 3 December 1985: German publishers

1986
To Christian Sebastiani and Jaime Semprun, 3 January 1986: Gallimard's slander of Andre Breton, Mezioud Ouldamer
To Jaime Semprun, 13 February 1986: the most recent issue of L'Encyclopedie des Nuisances
To Floriana Lebovici, 5 March 1986: Clement Pansaers, the film Of Spain, the "Lebovici Affair" in history
To Jean-Paul Iommi-Amunategui, 9 March 1986: your translation of In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni into Castilian
To Floriana Lebovici, 25 March 1986: the Saint-Sulpice neighborhood, kriegspiel, the Mafia
To Christian Sebastiani, 28 March 1986: the post office, second-hand clothes, Antonio Tellez Sola
To Jaime Sempurn, 28 March 1986: Walter Olmo, the bilingual text about Italian exiles in France, "terrorism"
To Jaime Semprun, 14 April 1986: Roland Barthes, Abidjan
To Jean-Francois Martos, 2 May 1986: your History of the Situationist International
To Jaime Semprun, 4 May 1986: "To Abolish," a contribution to the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Christian Sebastiani, 3 June 1986: on the difficulty of writing
To Jaime Semprun, 12 June 1986: The Nuclearization of the World, oceanic pollution
To Jaime Semprun, 1 July 1986: Jonathan Swift and nuclear power, Of Spain, Chinese poetry
To Jaime Semprun, 7 July 1986: nuclear power and "scientific knowledge"
To Thierry Levy, 11 August 1986: the last of our lawsuits
To Jean-Francois Martos, 15 September 1986: the Chernobyl disaster
To Floriana Lebovici: 3 October 1986: Baudet's book on Chernobyl, Barclay de Tolly, Alexandre de Marenches' book
To Jean-Pierre Baudet: 26 October 1986: your book about Chernobyl and your translation of Clausewitz
To Jean-Francois Martos, 5 November 1986: Bernard Tapie, Bertrand Delcour
To Floriana Lebovici, 12 December 1986: we might sell kriegspiel to pay off the publishing house's debts
To Jean-Francois Martos, 19 December 1986: the rebellion of the high school students, Comments on the Society of the Spectacle

1987
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 25 February 1987: your letter to Guy Fargette concerning December 1986
To several trustworthy people, April 1987: my letter to Paolo Salvadori dated 11 December 1984 and concerning Gerard Lebovici
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 8 April 1987: Jaime Semprun's letter concerning Guy Fargette
To Jean-Francois Martos, 8 April 1987: the break with the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Thomas Levin, 29 May 1987: screenings of my films
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 26 June 1987: Christian Sebastiani's letter concerning Guy Fargette
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 11 July 1987: translation of Clausewitz, the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 24 August 1987: keeping Floriana Lebovici out of the polemic with the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Floriana Lebovici, 8 September 1987: Comments on the Society of the Spectacle, translating Clausewitz
To Jean-Pierre Baudet and Jean-Francois Martos, 9 September 1987: suggestions on writing the critique of the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Floriana Lebovici, 31 December 1987: Comments on the Society of the Spectacle

1988
To Editions Gerard Lebovici, January 1988: proofreading Baudet's translation of Clausewitz
To Floriana Lebovici, 8 January 1988: Vittorio Alfieri
To Jean-Pierre Baudet, 16 February 1988: your translation of Clausewitz, the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Jean-Francois Martos, 29 February 1988: Guy Fargette and the Encyclopedia of Nuisances
To Floriana Lebovici, 19 March 1988: Jean-Pierre Baudet's translation of Clausewitz and maps
To Floriana Lebovici, 23 May 1988: your illness
To Paul Destribats, 12 June 1988: the painting with the slogan "Abolition of alienated labor"
To Jean-Francois Martos, 14 June 1988: fact-checking your History of the Situationist International
To Floriana Lebovici, 27 July 1988: on the use of pseudonyms
To Jean-Francois Martos, 27 July 1988: on the use of pseudonyms in letters, meetings and internal debates
To Marc Dachy, 7 September 1988: Raoul Hausman and Dadaism
To Jean-Francois Martos, 22 September 1988: Gunther Anders
To Anita Blanc, 6 October 1988: Jean-Pierre Baudet and Gunther Anders
To Morgan Sportes, 14 October 1988: my veracious memoirs
To Floriana Lebovici, 24 October 1988: what should we do if they nominate Comments for a literary prize?
To Anita Blanc, 3 November 1988: the vitrine for Comments on the Society of the Spectacle
To Floriana Lebovici, 27 November 1988: Editions Gerard Lebovici's annual catalogue
To Morgan Sportes, 28 November 1988: my obligation to hold myself in reserve
To Floriana Lebovici, 10 December 1988: my income taxes for 1988
To Floriana Lebovici, 31 December 1988: the financial situation of Editions Gerard Lebovici

1989
To Morgan Sportes, 13 January 1989: George Orwell's Homage to Catalonia
To Morgan Sportes, 27 January 1989: those weirdos at the restaurant the other evening
To Anita Blanc, 3 March 1989: maps to use in Clausewitz's On War
To Anita Blanc, 10 March 1989: a cretin from the University of Montana at Missoula
To Paul Destribats, 22 March 1989: Sun Tzu
To Gilles Cahoreau, 6 April 1989: Francois Truffaut
To Thomas Levin, 24 April 1989: my films
To Floriana Lebovici, 13 May 1989: Jean-Pierre Baudet
To Floriana Lebovici, 20 May 1989: Panegyric, Volume I
To Thomas Levin, 5 June 1989: "Remarks on the SI Today"
To Editions Anagrama, 7 June 1989: translating Comments on the Society of the Spectacle into Spanish
To Floriana Lebovici, 1 July 1989: Anagrama's translation of Comments into Spanish
To Jean-Francois Martos, 12 July 1989: Anders/Baudet, Greil Marcus' book
To Thomas Levin, 27 July 1989: Roberto Ohrt
To Giorgio Agamben, 24 August 1989: Italy
To Thomas Levin, 1 September 1989: the "Hamburg Theses," Greil Marcus, Roberto Ohrt
To Greil Marcus, 2 September 1989: your book, Lipstick Traces
To Anita Blanc, 29 September 1989: how to deal with people like Jean-Edern Hallier
To Annie Le Brun, 4 October 1989: Panegyric, Lautreamont
To Nicole Debrie, 10 October 1989: Pierre Guillaume
To Anita Blanc, 15 October 1989: Malcolm Imrie
To Anita Blanc, 23 October 1989: income to declare for the year, Pascal Dumontier
To Thomas Levin, 23 October 1989: I want you to become the definitive authority on the entirety of the situationist adventure
To Pascal Dumontier, 24 October 1989: your book on the situationists and May 1968 in France
To Rene Basse, 31 October 1989: our youth, there are a few wines I still like
To Ricardo Paseyro, 31 October 1989: your book about illiteracy
To Pierre Besson, 31 October 1989: Comments on the Society of the Spectacle
To Thomas Levin, November 1989: the "Hamburg Theses" of September 1961
To Anita Blanc, 6 November 1989: taxes for the year 1989, Kriegspiel
To Anita Blanc, 20 November 1989: Pascal Dumontier's manuscript, Donald Nicholson-Smith
To Nicole Debrie, 18 December 1989: that impertinent bartender

1990
To Anita Blanc, 9 January 1990: Donald Nicholson-Smith
To Anita Blanc, 12 January 1990: Zone Books, Donald Nicholson-Smith, Tom Levin
To Giorgio Agamben, 24 January 1990: your volume that collects my books about the spectacle
To Paolo Salvadori, 29 January 1990: Guy Fargette, the Encyclopedia of Nuisances, Jaime Semprun
To Pascal Dumontier, 15 February 1990: "Foreword" for The Situationists and May 1968
To Giorgio Agamben, 16 February 1990: the Preface to the 4th Italian Edition of The Society of the Spectacle
To Lorenzo Valentine and Nicolas Lebovici, 22 February 1990: the death of your mother
To Malcolm Imrie, 23 February 1990: "blurb" for Comments on the Society of the Spectacle
To Jean-Francois Martos, 24 February 1990: disinformation, Serge Quadruppani, Jean-Pierre Baudet
To Gerard Voitey, 26 February 1990: the death of Floriana Lebovici
To Annie Le Brun, 28 February 1990: the Marquis de Sade
To Pascal Dumontier, 6 March 1990: what to do about the letter from Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Mireille Guillet, 7 March 1990: the Italian volume that Agamben et al are bringing out
To Gerard Voitey, 22 March 1990: the Editions Gerard Lebovici catalogue
To Gerard Voitey, 13 April 1990: Zone Books
To Malcolm Imrie, 13 April 1990: the blurb for Comments, Zone Books
To Gerard Voitey, 16 May 1990: Zone Books, Pascal Dumontier
To Pascal Dumontier, 31 May 1990: May 1968, people to send your book
To Gerard Voitey, 14 June 1990: the Italian translation of Comments on the Society of the Spectacle
To Patrick Mosconi, 26 June 1990: something you must explain first
To Malcolm Imrie, 28 June 1990: your translation of Comments on the Society of the Spectacle
To Patrick Mosconi, 16 July 1990: OK, we understand one another
To Giorgio Agamben, 6 August 1990: your "Glosses" on the spectacale, The Society of the Spectacle
To Gerard Voitey, 25 August 1990: the Italian edition of Comments on the Society of the Spectacle
To Malcolm Imrie, 8 September 1990: Zone Books, the Black & Red edition of Spectacle
To Paolo Salvadori, 12 September 1990: Editions Lebovici, problems with translators, Panegyric
To [...], 29 October 1990: Daniel Guerin's Class Struggle under the First Republic
To Malcolm Imrie, 19 November 1990: Zone Books, the Black & Red edition of Spectacle, translating Panegyric
To Michel Bounan, 13 December 1990: your book, The Time of AIDS
To Paolo Salvadori, 19 December 1990: Panegyric
To Michel Bounan, 22 December 1990: Parisian bars of the 1950s
To Jean-Francois Martos, 26 December 1990: recent riots, Russia and China, Editions Gerard Lebovici

1991
To Jean-Paul Gueit, 10 January 1991: Valerie Solanus' SCUM Manifesto
To Gerard Voitey, 19 January 1991: thank you for trying to save Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Renaud Burel, 20 January 1991: Serge Quadruppani and the Red Brigades
To Michel Bounan, 21 January 1991: Editions Gerard Lebovici rejected your book?
To Malcolm Imrie, 21 January 1991: Sadie Plant, James Brook, Gerard Voitey
To the current proprietors of Editions Gerard Lebovici, 4 February 1991: your attempts to destroy Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Gerard Voitey, 5 February 1991: thank you for trying to save Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Michel Bounan, 6 February 1991: Nicolas Lebovici and Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Michel Bounan, 15 February 1991: your treatment for insomnia, an analysis of my handwriting
To Malcolm Imrie, 16 February 1991: Editions Gerard Lebovici, I need a literary agent
To Editions Gerard Lebovici, 19 February 1991: see you in court
To Mr. Yves Cournot, 25 February 1991: what I want from Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Nicolas Lebovici, 27 February 1991: prerequisites to further negotiations
To Malcolm Imrie, 2 March 1991: the blurb for Panegyric volume I
To Michel Bounan, 4 March 1991: Editions Allia, The Time of AIDS
To Michel Bounan, 23 March 1991: your diagnosis that I have gout
To Malcolm Imrie, 4 April 1991: James Brook's translation of Panegyric
To Yves Cournot, 9 April 1991: I accept the proposal to pulp the old copies
To Editions Lebovici, 14 April 1991: the list of titles to be pulped
To Malcolm Imrie, 20 April 1991: Editions Gerard Lebovici, Michel Bounan's The Time of AIDS
To Mr Yves Cournot, 20 April 1991: Editions Gerard Lebovici
To Annie Le Brun, 23 April 1991: do you not believe that we must now get together?
To Jacques Simonelli, 25 April 1991: your book on Lacenaire
To Malcolm Imrie, 3 May 1991: Editions Gerard Lebovici, Panegyric
To Annie Le Brun, 11 May 1991: Panegyric, Editions Lebovici
To Michel Bounan, 30 May 1991: Donald Nicholson-Smith and the rejection of your book The Time of AIDS
To Michel Bounan, 1 July 1991: the Italian translation of your book, AIDS, my health
To Yves Cournot, 27 July 1991: legal action against Editions Lebovici
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 5 August 1991: Sade, solutions to the Editions Lebovici problem
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 27 August 1991: Editions Gallimard
To Yves Cournot, 6 September 1991: legal action against Editions Lebovici
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 9 September 1991: Editions Lebovici, Antoine Gallimard
To Annie Le Brun, 13 September 1991: the postcard you sent me, Pauvert's book on Sade, Lautreamont's face
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 30 September 1991: advice about lawyers, proofreading your book on Sade
To Malcolm Imrie, 9 October 1991: thanks, but no thanks
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 27 October 1991: I am fortunate to have met you, Shakespeare's Henry V
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 14 November 1991: Editions Gallimard, Philippe Sollers
To Jacky Giraudo, 2 December 1991: the sandpaper cover of Memoires
To Michel Bounan, 2 December 1991: your book on AIDS, my health

1992
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 5 January 1992: my contract with Editions Gallimard
To Michel Bounan, 29 January 1992: Maurice Joly's Dialogue in Hell and The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
To Malcolm Imrie, 17 February 1992: no more translation-rights for you!
To Annie Le Brun, 15 March 1992: Paris, the coming catastrophe
To Brigitte Cornand, 7 April 1992: your anti-documentary Cette situation doit changer
To Michel Bounan, 29 May 1992: difficulty walking
To Michel Bounan, 11 June 1992: alcoholic polynevritis
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 24 June 1992: republication of Comments and the Preface to the 4th Italian Edition
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 6 July 1992: "Foreword" to the Third French edition
To Brigitte Cornand, 9 July 1992: the name "Guy-Ernest"
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 8 September 1992: the exhibition of my works at La Palatine
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 8 September 1992: note on foreign translation rights
To Annie Le Brun, 9 October 1992: Yugoslavia, disproportion between means and ends
To Annie Le Brun, 5 December 1992: Philippe Sollers

1993
To Anne-Solange Noble, 25 January 1993: OK, Zone can publish The Society of the Spectacle in translation
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 8 February 1993: "modernity," my very strange career, trusting appearances
To Ricardo Paseyro, 12 March 1993: Georges Laffly, censorship
To Dario Markovic, 13 March 1993: showing my films in Zagreb
To Annie Le Brun and Radovan Ivsic, 14 March 1993: problems with Editions Gallimard
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 26 March 1993: problems with Editions Gallimard
To Catherine Fajour, 27 March 1993: BOUGNOUX
To Brigitte Cornand, 27 March 1993: the conditions under which Son Arts et Son Temps will be made
To Michel Bounan, 21 April 1993: the conspiracy against your book, alexithymia, AZT, my health
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 23 April 1993: the Strategic Games Company, Antoine Gallimard, Venice
To Michel Bounan, 15 May 1993: I have refused to drink the cyanide
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 27 May 1993: Antoine Gallimard
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 5 June 1993: Memoires, "The Decline and Fall of the Spectactular Commodity Market"
To Brigitte Cornand, 7 June 1993: Arte-TV
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 22 June 1993: Gerard Berreby
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 9 August 1993: Memoires
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 18 September 1993: the verb "to masperize"
To Brigitte Cornand, 7 October 1993: Canal +
To Makoto Kinoshita, 25 October 1993: the Japanese translation of The Society of the Spectacle
To Antoine Gallimard, 7 November 1993: Editions Ivrea
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 10 November 1993: pamphlet versions of my essays, methods of payment
To Anselm Jappe, 2 December 1993: your book on me
To Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 18 December 1993: Memoires, methods of payment, Gerard Voitey

1994
To Morgan Sportes, 14 March 1994: "Cette mauvaise reputation," Anselm Jappe, Valerie Subra
To Makoto Kinoshita, 5 April 1994: Japanese translations, Anselm Jappe, The Essence of Jargon
To Anselm Jappe, 21 April 1994: your book about me
To Makoto Kinoshita, 13 July 1994: Greil Marcus and the "American interpretation"
To Ricardo Paseyro, 19 August 1994: Des contrats
To Brigitte Cornand, 22 September 1994: Guy Debord, son art et son temps
To Alain de Greef, 14 November 1994: soiree Guy Debord on Canal Plus
To Nathalie Bloch-Laine, 27 November 1994: televisual rights to The Society of the Spectacle
To Georges Monti, 27 November 1994: the cover for Des contrats, manipulation
----------------, 30 November 1994: my illness

Photographs

1952: photographed on damaged film for Ion.
1952: standing in front of light bulb.
1954: standing in front of flour mill.
1954: lurking behind a corner, holding a knife.
1956: in the middle, at Alba, Italy.
1957: photographed by Ralph Rumney, with Simondo at Cosio D'Arroscio, Italy.
1961: in the middle, at the Conference of the SI in Goteborg, Sweden.
1961: with Caroline Rittener in Critique of Separation.
1961: Another still from Critique of Separation.
1961: in Paris with Michele Bernstein and Asger Jorn.
1962: at the Sixth Conference of the SI, Antwerp: with Attila Kotanyi; with Jan Strijbosch; with Michele Bernstein (Vaneigem and Strijbosch have their backs to the camera); with Jenny; sitting on the floor; with Raoul Vaneigem in the mirror; with Raoul with drinks.
1990s: photographs published in Jean-Francois Martos, Correspondance avec Guy Debord (1998): Martos and Debord; Debord and Etienne; Debord and Etienne; Debord and Alice Becker-Ho; Debord lights his pipe

Song Lyrics

On the Street of Good Children (1968)
Complaint of the Breton Workers of the XIIIth Arrondissement (1974)
The Complaint of Costa Gomes (1975)
The Pronunciamento of 29 January 1981 (1981)
The Complaint of Mara the Singer (1981)

Texts (complete listing)

Texts (selected translations)


Lettrist International:
The death of a traveling salesman, Internationale Lettriste #1, December 1952
Instructions for the French Federation of Film Clubs, Internationale Lettriste #2, February 1953
Totem and Taboo, Internationale Lettriste #3, August 1953
To Be Done With the Comforts of Nihilism, Internationale Lettriste #3, August 1953
Response to the question: "Does thought enlighten both us and our actions?" La Carte d'apres nature, June 1954
Exercise in Psychogeography Potlatch #2, 29 June 1954
Summary 1954, co-authored with Jacques Fillon, Potlatch #14, 30 November 1954
The Big Sleep and Its Clients, G.-E. Debord, Potlatch #16, 26 January 1955
Why Lettrism?, co-authored with Gil J Wolman, Potlatch #22, 9 September 1955
Lettrist contribution, co-authored with Gil J Wolman and Michele Bernstein, Potlatch #23, 13 October 1955
Howling for de Sade: The Great Festival of Night, Les Nevres nues #7, December 1955
Methods of Detournement, co-authored with Gil J Wolman, Les Levres Nues #8 May 1956
Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography Les Levres Nues #6 September 1956

Situationist International:
On Chance, May 1957
Psychogeographical Venice, September 1957
Theses on the Cultural Revolution Internationale Situationniste #1, June 1958
Defend Freedom Everywhere, co-authored with Pinot Gallizio, 4 July 1958
10 Years of Experimental Art: Jorn and His Role in Theoretical Invention, Museum Journaal, October 1958
The Amsterdam Declaration, co-authored with Constant, Internationale Situationniste #2, December 1958
Constant and the Path of Unitary Urbanism, preface for exhibition catalogue, January 1959
Hands off Alexander Trocchi! co-written with Jacqueline de Jong and Asger Jorn, 7 October 1960
The Bad Days Will End, Internationale Situationniste #7, April 1962
The Domination of Nature, Ideologies and Classes, Internationale Situationniste #8, January 1963
All the King's Men, Internationale Situationniste #8, January 1963
The Asturian Strikes of 1962-1963, unpublished text 1963
Notes on Coherence, unpublished text 1963
Summary of 1965, addendum to "Decline and Fall of the Spectacular-Commodity Society," November 1965
Conditions of the Congolese Revolutionary Movement, unpublished text July 1966
The Society of the Spectacle, November 1967
Detournements, Allusions and Quotations in The Society of the Spectacle, 1967
The Culminating Point (Chapter 7 of Enrages and Situationists in the Occupations Movement), 1968
The Question of Organization for the Situationist International, International Situationniste #12 September 1969
The Sick Planet, 1971
The Fire at Saint-Laurent-du-Pont, 1971
Theses on the Situationist International and Its Time, April 1972

Post-Situationist International:
Unpublished note concerning the film "Society of the Spectacle" 1973
Unpublished note concerning the film "Society of the Spectacle" 1973
Last will and testament 1973
Unpublished note concerning the film "Society of the Spectacle" 18 June 1973
Declaration of Editions Champ Libre concerning Gianfranco Sanguinetti, Le Monde, 24 February 1976
Note on the use of stolen films 1978
Unpublished note concerning the film "In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni" not dated
Blurb for The Poetry of the Tang Dynasty, 1977
Note for Simar Films: Subsisting problems with the "sixth film", 23 April 1977
Note on "In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni" 22 December 1977
Preface to the 4th Italian edition of The Society of the Spectacle, 1979
Preface to "Protest to the libertarians of the present and the future about the capitulations of 1937" (1979)
To libertarians, an open letter, 1 September 1980
On the Assassination of Gerard Lebovici (excerpt), January 1985
Hunger Abatement (Abat-faim), November 1985
Notes on the 'immigrant question,' 1985
Preface to Potlatch (1954-57), 1985
Errata in preceding printings of Internationale Situationniste, 1985
Abolir, June 1987
Comments on The Society of the Spectacle, 1988
On the difficulties of translating Panegyric 1989
Preface to the Third French Edition of The Society of the Spectacle, 1992
"This bad reputation", 1993
Guy Debord: Notes on Poker, 1994




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