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by André Breton,Max Ernst

eBook The Hundred Headless Woman [La Femme 100 Têtes] epub
  • ISBN: 0807610240
  • Author: André Breton,Max Ernst
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: George Braziller; First edition (September 1, 1981)
  • Pages: 328 pages
  • ePUB size: 1723 kb
  • FB2 size 1572 kb
  • Formats lit azw docx mobi


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Max Ernst's ury collage-novel calls upon the reader to interpret captions and surrealistic d from old picture books and journals-to create a story.

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Breton had invited Max Ernst in 1921 for an exhibition in Paris at Galerie Au Sans . La femme 100 têtes, Max Ernst ; avis au lecteur par André Breton. Paris : Éditions du Carrefour, 1929.

Breton had invited Max Ernst in 1921 for an exhibition in Paris at Galerie Au Sans Pareil. It was his first solo exhibition. Before this, Ernst, who had been born in Cologne, had exhibited his work in German Expressionist and Dadaist circles. The title itself is a collage of meanings: The woman a hundred heads as well as The headless woman - and there are more possibilities than '100 têtes', 'sans tête', 's'entête' or 'sang tête'. Nine chapters 'tell' the story of a woman who is believed by some to be Mary.

The Hundred Headless Woman is Ernst’s first collage novel. It features a loosely narrative sequence of uncanny Surrealist collages, made by cutting up and reassembling nineteenth-century illustrations, accompanied by Ernst’s equally strange captions

The Hundred Headless Woman is Ernst’s first collage novel. It features a loosely narrative sequence of uncanny Surrealist collages, made by cutting up and reassembling nineteenth-century illustrations, accompanied by Ernst’s equally strange captions. Ernst’s French title, La Femme 100 têtes, is a double entendre; when read aloud it can be understood as either the hundred-headed woman or the headless woman.

La femme 100 têtes book. The Hundred Headless Woman. Sein erster Collageroman La femme 100 têtes nach Illustrationen aus Trivialromanen des 19. Jahrhunderts mit einer Einleitung von Breton erschien im Jahr 1929 bei den Éditions du Carrefour in Paris.

The Hundred Headless Woman - Max Ernst. Foreword by. André breton. Translated by. Dorothea tanning. International Standard Book Number. ISBN-13: 978-0-486-81911-2.

This book presents over portraits of 100 women taken by Canadian photographer Angela Grauerholz (born 1952) over a 30-year period

This book presents over portraits of 100 women taken by Canadian photographer Angela Grauerholz (born 1952) over a 30-year period. The title is borrowed from Max Ernst's 1929 Surrealist collage-novel of the same name, creating a sense of womanhood both intricately individual and violently anonymous.

Angela Grauerholz; Andre Breton . This book presents over portraits of 100 women taken by Canadian photographer Angela Grauerholz (born 1952) over a 30-year period.

Thick octavo, wonderful collection of Max Ernst collages. Foreword by Andre Breton. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Hundred Headless Woman (La femme 100. Bookseller Inventory 12324. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: George Braziller, New York. Publication Date: 1981.

Andre Breton wrote Arcanum 17 during a trip to the Ga. Manifestoes of Surrealism is a book by André Breton, describing the aims, meaning, and political position of the Surrealist movement. by Max Ernst · Dorothea Tanning · André Breton. Anthology of Black Humor. by André Breton · Mark Polizzotti.

Max Ernst's early-twentieth-century collage-novel calls upon the reader to interpret captions and surrealistic illustrations--created from old picture books and journals--to create a story
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