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Begun as an investigation of poetic images and language, their sources, their nature, and specific features, surrealism is a movement of ideas, of artistic creation and action based explicitly on Freudian discoveries, which were used to develop an original theory of language and creativity. In later years it adopted Hegelian dialectics and Marxist-Leninist historical materialism. The "social and martial cataclysm" (Breton, 1934) provoked a revolt by an entire generation.
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Begun as an investigation of poetic [[images]] and [[language]], their sources, their [[nature]], and specific features, [[surrealism]] is a movement of [[ideas]], of artistic creation and [[action]] based explicitly on [[Freudian]] discoveries, which were used to develop an original [[theory]] of language and [[creativity]]. In later years it adopted [[Hegelian]] dialectics and [[Marxist]]-Leninist historical [[materialism]]. The "[[social]] and martial cataclysm" ([[Breton]], 1934) provoked a [[revolt]] by an entire generation.
The movement was founded in Paris in 1924 by French poet André...
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The movement was founded in [[Paris]] in 1924 by [[French]] poet André...
  
  

Latest revision as of 20:10, 20 May 2019

Begun as an investigation of poetic images and language, their sources, their nature, and specific features, surrealism is a movement of ideas, of artistic creation and action based explicitly on Freudian discoveries, which were used to develop an original theory of language and creativity. In later years it adopted Hegelian dialectics and Marxist-Leninist historical materialism. The "social and martial cataclysm" (Breton, 1934) provoked a revolt by an entire generation. The movement was founded in Paris in 1924 by French poet André...