André Breton - Works

Works

His works include the case studies Nadja (1928) and L'Amour fou (1937).

Selected works:

  • Mont de piété, 1919
  • S'il Vous Plaît, 1920 – If You Please
  • Les Champs magnétiques, 1920 – The Magnetic Fields
  • Manifeste du surréalisme, 1924 – The Surrealist Manifesto
  • Les Pas perdus (Breton), 1924 – The Lost Steps
  • Poisson soluble, 1924 – Soluble Fish
  • Un Cadavre, 1924 – A Corpse
  • Légitime Défense, 1926 – Legitimate Defense
  • Le Surréalisme et la peinture, 1926 – Surrealism and Painting
  • Nadja, 1928 – Nadja
  • L'Immaculée Conception, 1930 – The Immaculate Conception
  • Deuxième Manifeste du surréalisme, 1930 – The Second Manifesto of Surrealism
  • Ralentir travaux, 1930 – Slow Down Works
  • L'Union libre, 1931
  • La Revolver à cheveux blancs, 1932 – The Revolver Has White Hair
  • Les Vases communicants, 1932 – The Communicating Vessels
  • Le Message automatique; 1933 – The Automatic Message
  • Qu'est-ce que le surréalisme, 1934 – What Is Surrealism
  • L'Air de l'eau, 1934 – Looks Like Water
  • Point du Jour, 1934 – Break of Day
  • Position politique du surréalisme, 1935 – The Political Position of Surrealism
  • Notes sur la poésie, 1936 (with Paul Éluard) – Notes on Poetry
  • L'Amour fou, 1937 – Mad Love
  • Point du jour, 1937
  • Dictionnaire abrégé du surréalisme, 1938 (with Paul Éluard) – Abridged Dictionary of Surrealism
  • Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art, 1938 (with Leon Trotsky)
  • Fata Morgana, 1940
  • Anthologie de l'humour noir, 1940 – Anthology of Black Humor
  • Arcane 17, 1945 – Arcane 17
  • Jeunes Cerisiers garantis contre les lièvres, 1946 – Young Cherry Trees Secured against Hares
  • Ode à Charles Fourier, 1947 – Ode to Charles Fourier
  • Yves Tanguy, 1947
  • Poèmes 1919–48, 1948
  • La Lampe dans l'horloge, 1948 – The Lamp in the Clock
  • Martinique, charmeuse de serpents, 1948
  • Entretiens, 1952 – Discussions
  • La Clé des champs, 1953 – The Key of the Fields
  • Farouche à quatre feuilles, 1954 (with Lise Deharme, Julien Gracq, Jean Tardieu) – Wild to Four Leaves
  • Les Manifestes du surréalisme, 1955 – Manifestoes of Surrealism
  • L'Art magique, 1957 – The Magic Art
  • Constellations, 1958
  • Le la, 1961
  • Le Surréalisme et la Peinture, 1965
  • Pas-de-preuve(non-lieu), 1966
  • Selected Poems, 1969
  • Perspective cavalière, 1970
  • What is Surrealism? Selected Poems, 1978
  • Poems of André Breton, 1982

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