>>I'm looking for an online version of Breton's
>>1924 L'Manifesto de Surréalisme, but have not found it....
Ah, no. That is a text of a response Breton made a year after the publishing of the Manifesto to critics of surrealism. But thanks. I suspect that Breton's seminal manifestoes are still copyrighted. There were three- but the later ones were tinged with Breton's heavily handed political stance- he was friends with Trotsky, and they co-authored the last one.