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Fri Mar 21 17:11:52 2014 UTClccn-n800366750.22The dream years /0.570.86L'Immaculée conception /49222341André_Bretonn 80036675418813André BretonBreton, AndréBreton, Andre, 1896-1966Breton, André FrançoisBreton, D'AndréBrītūn, Andrī, 1896-1966Бретон, Андре, 1896-1966ブルトン, アンドレlccn-n80044679Éluard, Paul1895-1952auidtolccn-n92028878Polizzotti, Marklccn-n50034339Caws, Mary Anntrllccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean Paul1905-lccn-n82093565Bonnet, Margueriteothauiedtviaf-202841589Aragon1897-lccn-n50006889Matthews, J. H.lccn-n50014151Soupault, Philippe1897-1990auiothivelccn-n79055559Read, Herbert1893-1968auiedtlccn-n50050534Queneau, Raymond1903-1976Breton, André1896-1966HistoryInterviewsFictionCatalogsBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcHumorSurrealismBreton, André,FranceAuthors, FrenchArts, ModernFrench fictionPhotography, ArtisticArt, ModernGiraudoux, Jean,Camus, Albert,Queneau, Raymond,Martin Du Gard, Roger,Mauriac, François,Bosco, Henri,Proust, Marcel,Malraux, André,Cocteau, Jean,Céline, Louis-Ferdinand,Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de,Bernanos, Georges,Giono, Jean,Romains, Jules,Aymé, Marcel,Duhamel, Georges,Gide, André,Valéry, Paul,Surrealism (Literature)Painting, ModernLearning and scholarshipArts, FrenchFrench literatureCriticsEditorsLiterature and photographyPhotography, Artistic--Themes, motivesBarthes, RolandAestheticsBaudelaire, Charles,French poetryMan Ray,Imaginary companionsFrance--ParisPaintersLoveMartiniqueLiterature--PhilosophyAvant-garde (Aesthetics)Sartre, Jean-Paul,PhilosophyBataille, Georges,189619661896190119141919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320166158016004916700.904PQ2603.R35ocn001090445ocn006569584ocn004977801ocn004615009ocn000237798ocn003497171ocn005749117ocn461679005ocn000893215ocn797697071ocn419261563ocn012434911ocn406423741ocn417649767ocn471034971ocn458476105ocn468668834ocn417584116ocn417463875ocn464074611ocn000936914ocn022353860ocn797553108ocn807043416ocn797596589ocn565162596ocn797576134ocn049283130ocn797342681ocn630815130ocn185440213ocn461729709ocn722157484ocn185595633ocn185905282ocn461799834ocn186949533ocn186194361ocn461222877ocn691949377ocn311339625ocn761138116ocn312686519ocn461871912ocn464592596ocn458709644ocn468260208ocn458709625ocn056872012ocn185975830ocn767279489ocn659238324ocn659238356ocn659238359ocn658580373ocn659238342ocn659027476ocn659238346ocn460096386ocn472716795ocn460186936ocn463974081ocn468915722ocn462930516ocn691498092ocn767279493ocn765137878ocn766634725ocn766162207ocn661733806ocn660928733ocn767416119ocn312501863ocn833214616ocn311539998ocn693331588ocn691532284ocn693331595ocn693331585ocn693331593ocn691532302ocn761318614ocn073675086ocn463920256ocn462756606ocn412245276ocn766227901ocn766227928ocn690770832ocn690770838ocn691943492ocn418434419ocn691943493ocn797410240ocn074429700ocn767861953ocn767381493ocn767381490ocn662178734ocn470097439ocn461871809ocn444682782ocn461871809ocn8441245531539169ocn005005445book19240.63Breton, AndréManifestes du surréalismeCriticism, interpretation, etcDes projets du premier manifeste du surréalisme (1924) aux prises de position, politiques et polémiques du second manifeste du surréalisme(1930), se dessine une théorie de l'expérience esthétique qui a bouleversé tous les domaines de la création au 20ème siècle+-+84277852571520185ocn000546250book19280.56Breton, AndréNadjaCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionSelvbiografisk skildring af forfatterens venskab med en mystisk kvinde, og samtidig en redegørelse for surrealisternes holdninger og livssyn+-+9825185257324132613ocn000001920book19690.47Breton, AndréManifestoes of surrealismThis volume presents the essential ideas of the founder of French surrealism+-+3736157295123025ocn000652449book19360.50Read, HerbertSurrealismHistory109815ocn000757697book19720.47Breton, AndréSurrealism and painting+-+7371193235107867ocn000338487book19350.47Breton, AndréNadjaFiction"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."--BOOK JACKET+-+3175067535101134ocn004220726book19360.66Breton, AndréWhat is surrealism? : Selected writings"This book will give you a good understanding of the surrealist movement. You will read the artists' writings not only on this subject, but also their views on the important political questions of the day which they understood were tied to cultural questions. A photo display in the book gives you a sampling of surrealist works. There is also an excellent glossary of names that reveals the evolution of the surrealists in later years. You gain an appreciation for the international breadth of the movement. 'What is Surrealism?' is not just for art history students. Anyone wishing to gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between art and politics will be fascinated by collection of articles in this book."--Publisher description+-+4773398235779114ocn008374616book19370.66Breton, AndréL'amour fouIn this speech delivered at the Dialectics of Liberation International Congress in London, 1967, the author, whose works form the backbone for the Black Panther movement in the U.S. outlines his thinking in detail76966ocn000330528book19280.73Breton, AndréLe surréalisme et la peintureCatalogsL'ensemble des essais historiques et critiques de Breton parus sous ce titre dans des éditions successives augmentées. Un album illustré de quelque 300 reproductions de tableaux surréalistes: Dali, Magritte, Riopelle, Ernst, Miro, etc71176ocn004037516book19230.76Breton, AndréLes pas perdusHistory62536ocn007877972book19480.66Breton, AndréPoèmes59630ocn044463344book20000.33Man RayMan Ray 1890-1976Criticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsThis book deals with the creator of Surrealist Photography. Man Ray (1890-1976) is indisputably one of the most original artists of the 20th century. His revolutionary nude studies, fashion work, and portraits opened a new chapter in the history of photography+-+503623773854577ocn001090445book19620.66Breton, AndréAnthologie de l'humour noirHumorCet ouvrage célèbre citant 45 écrivains, de Swift à Jean-Pierre Duprey, complète les ##Manifestes du surréalisme## et autres écrits théoriques de Breton. Colligée en 1939, reprise en 1947, l'édition définitive fut publiée en 1966 et appartient de droit au fondateur du surréalisme tant pour la préface qui n'arrive pas tellement à définir son propos que pour le choix qui l'illustre, et ses notices très précieuses pour l'élaboration de cette définition. Le terme ##noir## est à retenir, tant y président le macabre, le sentiment de l'absurde et la contestation globale. Ensemble capital pour comprendre une certaine forme de rire désespéré issu d'une ironie subjective sans référence autre que le néant52951ocn000678742book19530.76Breton, AndréLa clé des champsHistory52958ocn002596827book19300.86Breton, AndréL'Immaculée conception50649ocn004077679book19350.79Breton, AndréPosition politique du surréalismeA collection of lectures, articles, and manifestoes signed by Breton and others first published or delivered in 193550132ocn085892263book19480.79Breton, AndréMartinique : snake charmer"In 1941, as the Vichy regime consolidated its control of France, Andre Breton left the country for the island of Martinique. A poet and the principal founder of surrealism, Breton did not stay long, but his visit inspired the essays and poems of this book. Martinique: Snake Charmer is one of surrealism's most important texts, and it has been called "the most beautiful of all books" about the island. (Martinique: Snake Charmer also includes nine evocative drawings by the surrealist Andre Masson, a companion of Breton's during his stay on the island.) First collected into a single volume in 1948 and in print in France ever since, this is the first English translation of a work that, in series editor Franklin Rosemont's view, seeks "not merely to question the dogmas and platitudes of so-called common sense and 'established facts,' but to deviate from them, absolutely, in an imaginative quest for new and untried solutions to society's gravest problems.""--BOOK JACKET+-+201262747532443650ocn000638820book19610.66Breton, AndréClair de terre : Précédé de Mont de piété. Suivi de: Le revolver à cheveux blancs et de l'Air de l'eau43119ocn020526303book19880.76Breton, AndréŒuvres complètesHistory"Breton (1896-1966) n'a cessé de mener, dans son interrogation de l'écriture et de la vie intérieure, comme dans sa participation difficile à une activité politique à laquelle il se sentait tenu, une aventure intellectuelle où se rencontrent Freud, Hegel, Engels, et une quête sensible, éclairée par Rimbaud, Lautréamont, Picasso, Chirico et Duchamp, l'une et l'autre tendues par la volonté de 'changer la vie'. Aventure et quête collectives, qui exigent une communauté organique, soudée par l'esprit comme par les affinités électives. L'aspiration résolue à faire advenir le possible aux dépens du probable, qui définit le surréalisme de Breton, passe par les chemins de la poésie, de la liberté et de l'amour. Elle a trouvé une langue qui lui assure une place parmi les premiers écrivains de son époque. Maintenue sans désemparer pendant plus d'un demi-siècle, cette volonté conduit Gracq à reconnaître en lui 'un des héros de notre temps'."--Publisher description42362ocn001122265book19550.70Breton, AndréLes vases communicantsInterviewsAndré Breton cherche à démontrer que le monde réel et le monde du rêve ne font qu'un. Il examine les différentes théories qui ont proposé une interprétation du rêve, pour s'arrêter longuement à celle de Freud. Mais pour Breton l'unité du rêve et du réel passe par une profonde transformation sociale13671ocn000283273book19570.37Brée, GermaineAn age of fiction; the French novel from Gide to CamusCriticism, interpretation, etc12268ocn000139824book19710.53Caws, Mary AnnAndré BretonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography of the French surrealist and discussion of his works+-+08719205353249805ocn774287624file19860.53Matthews, J. HAndré Breton sketch for an early portrait9503ocn000140208book19710.47Balakian, AnnaAndré Breton, magus of surrealism9156ocn030474824book19950.35Polizzotti, MarkRevolution of the mind : the life of André BretonBiographyAptly described by playwright Eugene Ionesco as one of the four or five great reformers of modern thought, Andre Breton (1896-1966) was the founder and prime mover of Surrealism, the most influential artistic and literary movement of the 20th century. Poet and theorist, artistic impresario and political agitator, Breton was a man of paradoxical character: inspiring one moment, crushingly tyrannical the next; embracing friends like Brunuel, Dali, Duchamp, Miro, Man Ray, Aragon and Eluard, only to exile them as enemies later. From its emergence from Dada after World War I through its culmination in the 1960s, here is the Surrealist world in detail. --Black Widow Press+-+77349792858924ocn462133995com20090.50Taminiaux, PierreThe paradox of photographyCriticism, interpretation, etc"The paradox of photography analyzes the discourse on photography by four of the most important modern French poets and theorists (Baudelaire, Breton, Barthes and Valéry). It stresses in particular the importance of this visual language for the development of both new forms of narrative and original critical studies on issues of representation in art. It also reflects upon the integration of photography within the domain of technical modernity while emphasizing its aesthetic identity stemming from the Western tradition of figurative painting." -- [p. 4] of cover+-+41117579548073ocn000342198book19670.47Matthews, J. HAndré Breton6064ocn008346450book19820.50Breton, AndréPoems of André Breton : a bilingual anthology+-+87499312454862ocn012930998book19850.29Alexandrian, SaraneSurrealist artA comprehensive book about 20th century surrealist art and architecture+-+62455755054723ocn014240309book19860.53Breton, AndréMad love = L'amour fou+-+072517853546415ocn000342103book19500.73Carrouges, MichelAndré Breton et les données fondamentales du surréalismeCriticism, interpretation, etc4554ocn000005435book19460.63Breton, AndréYoung cherry trees secured against hares. Jeunes cerisiers garantis contre les lievres4492ocn001163264book19740.63Carrouges, MichelAndré Breton and the basic concepts of surrealism44813ocn002879034book19500.73Breton, AndréEntretiens 1913-1952Interviews4228ocn000608301book19490.79Mauriac, ClaudeAndré Breton; essaiCriticism, interpretation, etcWerk over de Franse letterkundige Breton (1896-1966)4124ocn035174743book19970.73Guerlac, SuzanneLiterary polemics : Bataille, Sartre, Valéry, BretonCriticism, interpretation, etcThe author analyzes cultural and theoretical positions - pure art, automatism, engagement, and transgression - that structured the literary and critical field from the 1920's to the 1950's to show their strong impact on the formulation and elaboration of theoretical issues in more recent decades. Focusing on the question of relations between poetry and action, she reexamines these positions and uncovers proximities between them that significantly displace theoretical issues+-+00627295354033ocn026351656book19930.50Breton, AndréConversations : the autobiography of surrealismInterviewsItem consists of interviews with André Breton+-+190397410632440119ocn002807962book19470.73Gracq, JulienAndré Breton, quelques aspects de l'écrivainCriticism, interpretation, etc3884ocn011972009book19850.22Goldstein, LisaThe dream yearsFiction3584ocn000285695book19710.70Alexandrian, SaraneAndré Breton par lui-mêmeBiography+-+3175067535+-+3175067535Fri Mar 21 15:36:12 EDT 2014batch94563