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by Andre Breton,Phillippe Soupault,David Gascoyne

eBook The Automatic Message (Printed head) epub
  • ISBN: 1900565013
  • Author: Andre Breton,Phillippe Soupault,David Gascoyne
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Classics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Atlas Press (January 1, 1997)
  • ePUB size: 1424 kb
  • FB2 size 1897 kb
  • Formats mbr doc lit lrf


This book collects together the two most vital "automatic" texts Surrealism. This authorised translation is by the poet David Gascoyne, himself a member of the group and a friend of both authors.

This book collects together the two most vital "automatic" texts Surrealism. Breton's prefatory essay The Automatic Message relates this technique to the underlying concepts and aesthetic of the Surrealist movement. The Magnetic Fields (1919) was the first work of literary Surrealism and is thus one of the foundations of modern European thought and writing.

The Automatic Message book. David Gascoyne (Introduction, Translator). Antony Melville (Introduction, Translator). Jon Graham (Translator). This book collects together the two most vital "automatic" texts of Surrealism - The Magnetic Fields (1919) and The Immaculate Conception (1930) - with Breton's prefatory essay "The Automatic Message" which relates this technique to the underlying concepts and aesthetic of the Surrealist movement.

47 In terms of Ong’s model of the ‘interiorisation’ of writing, print and other technologies

Philippe Soupault (Author), David Gascoyne (Translator) & 0 more.

Philippe Soupault (Author), David Gascoyne (Translator) & 0 more. The Automatic Message, the Magnetic Fields, the Immaculate Conception (Atlas Anti-Classics). Communicating Vessels (French Modernist Library).

The Automatic Message (1933) (Le Message Automatique) was one of André Breton's significant theoretical works about automatism. The essay was first published in the magazine Minotaure, No. 3-4, (Paris) 1933. In 1997 it became the title of a compilation of surrealist writing of André Breton, Paul Éluard and Philippe Soupault, amongst others. The book includes two vital automatic texts of surrealism.

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André Breton and Philippe Soupault, The Magnetic Fields (London: Atlas Press, 1985). Benjamin Péret, Remove Your Hat & Other Works (London: Atlas Press, 1986, trans. with Humphrey Jennings and Martin Sorrell). Pierre Jean Jouve, The Unconscious, Spirituality, Catastrophe (Child Okeford: Words Press, 1988). The free online library containing 500000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.

Les Champs magnétiques (The Magnetic Fields) is a 1920 book by André Breton and Philippe Soupault. It is famous as the first work of literary Surrealism. The authors used a surrealist automatic writing technique

Les Champs magnétiques (The Magnetic Fields) is a 1920 book by André Breton and Philippe Soupault. The authors used a surrealist automatic writing technique. The book is considered Surrealist, rather than Dadaist, because it attempts to create something new rather than react to an existing work.

Breton (André); Soupault (Philippe). Translated and introduced by David Gascoyne. Minor edge-wear on covers. Abrasion from removed sticker on rear cover. Published by Paris, Gallimard, nrf, 1967.

This book collects together the two most vital "automatic" texts of Surrealism. Breton’s prefatory essay The Automatic Message relates this technique to the underlying concepts and aesthetic of the Surrealist movement.

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