The Automatic Message, the Magnetic Fields, the Immaculate Conception

(Atlas Anti-Classics)

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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. The Magnetic Fields (1919) was
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