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Nadja by André Breton (Book Analysis): Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of Nadja by André Breton, which tells the story of the author’s encounters with the titular character over a period of several days. The book stands out for its highly original style: it combines autobiographical and novelistic elements, incorporates a series of photographs and drawings alongside the text, and uses language in a highly unusual and inventive way. Nadja was first published in 1928 and is one of the most influential works of the French Surrealist movement, of which Breton was the leading figure. This movement flourished in the aftermath of the First World War, and sought to challenge conventions and conformism in literature, film, music and the visual arts. André Breton was a poet, novelist and essayist, and wrote dozens of books and essays, including The Surrealist Manifesto and The Magnetic Fields.

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Publisher: Primento Digital ISBN: 9782806295897 Pages: 24