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e-Book New Surrealism: The Liberation of Images in Consciousness (The Literary Image) epub download

Author: Akhter Ahsen
ISBN: 091341252X
Pages: 537 pages
Publisher: Brandon House (September 1, 1992)
Language: English
Category: History & Criticism
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Subcategory: Literature

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Surrealism developed out of the Dada activities during World War I and the most important center of the movement . The more the relationship between the two juxtaposed realities is distant and true, the stronger the image will be−the greater its emotional power and poetic reality.

Surrealism developed out of the Dada activities during World War I and the most important center of the movement was Paris. The group aimed to revolutionize human experience, in its personal, cultural, social, and political aspects.

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Ahsen A. (1992) New surrealism: The liberation of images in consciousness (The literary image). Image and brain: The resolution of the imagery debate. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Brandon House, New YorkGoogle Scholar.

book by Akhter Ahsen. Art Arts, Music & Photography Criticism & Theory History & Criticism Literary Criticism Literary Criticism & Collections Literature & Fiction Movements & Periods Surrealism.

The Surrealists rejected rationalism and literary realism as they believed .

The Surrealists rejected rationalism and literary realism as they believed that the rational mind repressed the power of the imagination. They instead tried to channel the unconscious mind to unveil the power of the imagination. The term surrealism was coined by French writer and art critic Guillaume Apollinaire. Parade is a ballet with music by French composer and pianist Erik Satie. Also, along with Philippe Soupault, Breton co-authored the 1920 book Les Champs magnétiques (The Magnetic Fields), which is famous as the first work of literary Surrealism. Andre Breton – The Pope of Surrealism.

All images in the literary work constitute a hierarchical interrelation. The top of this hierarchy is the macro-image, . the literary work itself, which includes the image of life, the image of characters and the image of the author

All images in the literary work constitute a hierarchical interrelation. the literary work itself, which includes the image of life, the image of characters and the image of the author. At the bottom of the hierarchy there is the word-image or the micro-image (tropes and figures of speech), which builds up character-images, event-images, landscape-images, etc. Each micro-image, when in isolation, is just a stylistic device, but within the poetic structure it is an element, which equally with others, helps to reveal the content.

The term surrealism indicates a specific thought and movement in literature, the arts, and theatre, which tries to. .These lines have been taken from his poem Freedom of Love. See the irrationality in images about his wife and a wood fire, an hourglass, and teeth of a tiger.

The term surrealism indicates a specific thought and movement in literature, the arts, and theatre, which tries to integrate the confused realms of imagination and reality. The proponents of surrealism endeavor to mix up the differences of conscious and unconscious thought through writing and painting by using irrational juxtaposition of images. None of these images have any relation. They have been just irrationally put together to demonstrate the mind of the poet, and a situation of the reality in which he is living.

Surrealism was censured and harshly repudiated in post-war communist Albania. This image is fostered by several factors, such as the state of sleep, that of half-sleep (. The article holds that the main reason Surrealism developed - but both before and after this period.

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