nadja-andre breton-9780141180892

NADJA

 (En papel)

ANDRE BRETON

, 1999
  • Encuadernación: Tapa blanda
  • Editorial: PENGUIN
  • Lengua: INGLÉS
  • ISBN: 9780141180892
Nadja, Andre Breton’s most frankly autobiographical book, is the quintessential Surrealist romance. With its blend of intimate confession and sense of the marvellous, Nadja weaves a mysterious and compelling tapestry of daily life as seen through a uniquely magical perspective. The core of Nadja is Breton’s complex relationship with an unpredictable and unconventional young woman, ’the extreme limit of the Surrealist aspiration’. Combining autobiographical fact with memory and imagination, Breton spins one of the most unusual love stories in modern literature and illustrates the notion of ’petrifying coincidence’, a cornerstone of Surrealist thought. First published in 1928, Nadja has long been regarded as the most important and influential work to emerge from Surrealism. This edition features Richard Howard’s masterful translation and a new introduction by Breton biographer Mark Polizzotti that details the circumstances of the book’s composition.

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Datos del libro

  • 13.0x21.0cm.
  • Editorial: PENGUIN
  • Lengua: INGLÉS
  • Encuadernación: Tapa blanda
  • ISBN: 9780141180892
  • Año edición: 1999
  • Plaza de edición: LONDON

Resumen

Nadja, Andre Breton’s most frankly autobiographical book, is the quintessential Surrealist romance. With its blend of intimate confession and sense of the marvellous, Nadja weaves a mysterious and compelling tapestry of daily life as seen through a uniquely magical perspective. The core of Nadja is Breton’s complex relationship with an unpredictable and unconventional young woman, ’the extreme limit of the Surrealist aspiration’. Combining autobiographical fact with memory and imagination, Breton spins one of the most unusual love stories in modern literature and illustrates the notion of ’petrifying coincidence’, a cornerstone of Surrealist thought. First published in 1928, Nadja has long been regarded as the most important and influential work to emerge from Surrealism. This edition features Richard Howard’s masterful translation and a new introduction by Breton biographer Mark Polizzotti that details the circumstances of the book’s composition.

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