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Conversations: Autobiography of Surrealism.
by (Surrealism) Breton, Andre.

Publisher Information:
Paragon House, New York: 1993.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. The closest Andre Breton has ever came to writing an autobiography, Conversations--based on a series of radio interviews conducted with the founder of Surrealism in 1952--chronicles the entire Surrealist movement as lived from within, tracing the origins and development of Surrealism from the discovery of automatic writing in 1919 to the Surrealists' ideological debate with communism and their opposition to Stalin.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 155778423x
Book Id: 25103

Price: $50.00

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