Katherine Linn Sage (June 25, 1898 – January 8, 1963), usually known as Kay Sage, was an American Surrealist artist and poet.
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... in 2011 by the Gallery of Surrealism, New York, in the book called Kay Sage the Biographical Chronology and Four Surrealist One-Act Plays - see footnote no 1 ... below), Sage wrote several books of poetry, all but one in French ...
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