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BRETON COMMUNIST PARTY
BRYTHONIC LANGUAGES
SURREALIST CHALLENGE
BRETON NOBLES
RATURE
BRETON MARCH
BRETON MUSIC
BRETON MYTHOLOGY
ELUARD
FRENCH WRITER ANDR
FIRST SURREALIST MANIFESTO
CELTIC LANGUAGES
SURREALIST MANIFESTO
BRETON REVOLUTIONARY ARMY
BRETON PEOPLE
PAUL ELUARD
BRETON LAI
DESNOS
POET ANDRE BRETON
BRETON LITERATURE
ANDR BRETON
SURREALIST GROUP
ANDRÉ BRETON
CAPE BRETON ISLAND
CAPE BRETON
DEPARTMENT
MARIE
LOUIS
TECHNIQUE
ARTIST
DIRECTOR
FRIEND
RELATIONSHIP
PARTICULAR
LIVING
GROUP
GROUPS
PROVINCE
POINT
LATIN
ROMANCE
TOWN
YORK
PROCESS
DRAWING
THOUGHTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Breton was a poet, but Surrealism's major achievements were in painting.
  2. Breton was an avid collector of art, ethnographic material, and unusual trinkets.
  3. Breton was a follower of Dadaism movement but believed it should have more of a direction.
  4. Breton was always quite subtle in his positioning of Duchamp relative to Surrealism, and "Lighthouse" is no exception.
  5. Breton is not classified as continental Celtic because it came to Brittany from Britain. (Web site)

Breton Communist Party

  1. The flag of the Breton Communist Party was a Gwenn-ha-Du with a red five-pointed star replacing the ermines in the white canton. (Web site)

Brythonic Languages

  1. Their language was a dialect of the Brythonic languages, which has been named Breton in more recent centuries. (Web site)

Surrealist Challenge

  1. The Surrealist challenge, as voiced by André Breton, was to evoke the marvelous. (Web site)
  2. The Surrealist challenge, as voiced by Andre Breton, was to evoke the marvelous.

Breton Nobles

  1. Breton nobles strongly opposed this, and more attacks on Brittany followed, first in 1167, then in 1168, and finally in 1173. (Web site)

Rature

  1. BRETON, André, Robert DESNOS, et Benjamin PÉRET. (1923) 1978. Comme il fait beau, in Littérature, n° 9; rééd.

Breton March

  1. Roland, warden of the Breton march, who died on this occasion, was later immortalized in legend and poetry. (Web site)

Breton Music

  1. The documented history of Breton music begins with the publication of Barzaz-Breizh in 1839. (Web site)

Breton Mythology

  1. Breton mythology is the mythology or corpus of explanatory and herioc tales originating in Brittany, now in France. (Web site)

Eluard

  1. De Chirico doesn't tell us, except to blame the corruption of Eluard on Andre Breton. (Web site)

French Writer Andr

  1. Surrealism Surrealism began in the early 1920s as a literary movement under the leadership of the French writer André Breton.

First Surrealist Manifesto

  1. The first Surrealist Manifesto was published in 1924, declaring the artistic goals of the organization, especially as conceived by Breton.

Celtic Languages

  1. It is distinct from the Brythonic branch of the Celtic languages, which includes Welsh, Cornish, and Breton.

Surrealist Manifesto

  1. Surrealism, often misinterpreted as an artistic movement, had its beginning in 1924, with the publication of André Breton 's [First] Surrealist Manifesto.

Breton Revolutionary Army

  1. ETA commandos teamed in 1999 with the (now self-dissolved) Breton Revolutionary Army to steal explosives from magazines in Brittany.

Breton People

  1. Brittany and the Breton people have retained many old customs and traditions. (Web site)
  2. Now let us consider Geoffrey as a gatherer and transmitter of the genuine oral traditions of the Welsh and Breton people. (Web site)
  3. Learn about the history, art, and spirit of the Breton people, as reflected on the pottery from Quimper. (Web site)

Paul Eluard

  1. From "Surrealism and the Exotic" by Louise Tythacott we learn that Andre Breton and Paul Eluard held a joint auction of their primitive artefacts in 1931.

Breton Lai

  1. A Breton lai, also known as a narrative lay or simply a lay, is a form of medieval French and English romance literature. (Web site)

Desnos

  1. Together with writers Louis Aragon and Paul Eluard, Breton and Desnos would form the vanguard of literary surrealism. (Web site)
  2. Se lia d'amitié avec Marcel Duhamel et Yves Tanguy en 1921, puis fréquenta Aragon, Artaud, Breton, Desnos.

Poet Andre Breton

  1. While on leave in Morocco from his mandatory two years in the French Army, Desnos befriended poet Andre Breton. (Web site)
  2. Their leader, the poet Andre Breton, tried to enlist Freud's help, and Freud gave him the brushoff.

Breton Literature

  1. Breton literature since the 1920s has been lively, despite the falling number of speakers.
  2. Breton literature (bret' u n) [ key ], in the Celtic language of Brittany.
  3. Breton literature is the Breton language literary tradition of Brittany.

Andr? Breton

  1. Surrealism as a movement in literature had its formal beginning with the publication of the Manifesto of Surrealism by Andr Breton in 1924. (Web site)

Surrealist Group

  1. Franklin Rosemont spoke of his meeting with André Breton and how that inspired him to begin a surrealist group in Chicago.
  2. In 1938 he became an official member of the Surrealist group, which was founded and led by the poet Andre Breton.

André Breton

  1. But the one who won out was André Breton, a minor poet and surgeon who published his first "Manifesto of Surrealism" in 1924.
  2. By the end of World War II the surrealist group led by André Breton decided to explicitly embrace anarchism.
  3. From the mid-1930s onwards, he collaborated with the Surrealists, however, he did not join the movement despite the coaxing of André Breton. (Web site)

Cape Breton Island

  1. The island of Newfoundland is separated from the Labrador Peninsula by the Strait of Belle Isle and from Cape Breton Island by the Cabot Strait. (Web site)
  2. Under the Peace of Utrecht (1713–14), the Nova Scotia peninsula was awarded to England, although Cape Breton Island was retained by the French. (Web site)
  3. In Mabou (a village on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia) everybody enjoys music," began Jimmy Rankin, as he explained how the Rankin Family started singing.

Cape Breton

  1. Her first collection of poetry, Out to Dry in Cape Breton (Véhicule Press, 2006), is currently shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award for Poetry.
  2. Now they're both coming to Cape Breton!" Alan White's biography reads like a who's who of the recording industry. (Web site)

Department

  1. The department is named after the gulf of Morbihan (in Breton, little sea). (Web site)

Marie

  1. Marie de France --short biography and a definition of Breton Lai.

Louis

  1. Louis married the daughter of the King of Brittany, Erispoe, and received the regnum from the Breton monarch with the consent of the Frankish magnates.

Technique

  1. Breton cider making employs the technique of keeving (from the French cuvée).

Artist

  1. Biography of an artist recognized as a leading exponent of the Cape Breton Celtic fiddle style, and uncle of Natalie Macmaster.
  2. The artist represents Breton as an allegorical symbol rather than a literal fact of liberty.

Director

  1. Ani Pema served as the director of Karma Dzong in Boulder, Colorado until moving in 1984 to rural Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to be the director of Gampo Abbey.

Friend

  1. Jacques Vaché (7 September 1895 - 6 January1919) was a friend of André Breton, the founder of surrealism.

Relationship

  1. The relationship between Breton and Duchamp is a difficult one to assess.
  2. This relationship connected Richmond to the Auld Alliance, through Breton roots in the House of Stuart.

Particular

  1. Fly fishing on Cape Breton Island, and the Baddeck River in particular, is a sheer pleasure. (Web site)

Living

  1. MARK FARRELL is a Canadian from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, who has been living in the Czech Republic for over ten years.

Group

  1. One group migrated to the Brittany Coast of France where their descendants still speak the Celtic Language of Breton today. (Web site)
  2. But he never integrated himself completely into this group dominated by Andre Breton.
  3. The Rankin Family is a little known group from Cape Breton.

Groups

  1. Surrealist individuals and groups have attempted to carry on with Surrealism after the death of André Breton in 1966.
  2. Surrealist individuals and groups have attempted to carry on with Surrealism after the death of Andre Breton in 1966.
  3. However, some who knew Breton, and were part of groups he founded or approved continued to be active until well after his death. (Web site)

Province

  1. The province of Nantes (Bro Naoned in Breton) is a province of the south-east of Brittany. (Web site)
  2. The province actually consists of the peninsula just described and of Cape Breton Island which is to the north and attached via the Canso Causeway.

Point

  1. Breton referred to him from that point on as "Avida Dollars", and the group essentially referred to him as if he were dead.
  2. The subsidiary counts of Neustria had exceeded the margrave in power by that point and the peak of Viking and Breton raiding had passed.

Latin

  1. Next, the binary phonetic items -ps- and MATIR split English, Latin, and Greek from all others, and Welsh and Breton from all of the others, respectively.
  2. In Breton it is known as "Mor Breizh" (the Sea of Brittany), tied to the Latin and indicative in origins for the name Armorica. (Web site)

Romance

  1. The genres also vary, and include romance, Breton lai, sermon, and fabliau.

Town

  1. Broons (Breton: Bronn) is a town and commune in the Côtes-d'Armor département, Brittany, France.
  2. The town is located on the southwestern end of Cape Breton Island, on the north shore of the Strait of Canso.

York

  1. From then until 1944, together with Max Ernst and Andr Breton, he edited the surrealist periodical "VVV", in New York. (Web site)

Process

  1. The photograph of André Breton (1931) is an example of this process. (Web site)

Drawing

  1. Drawing heavily on theories adapted from Sigmund Freud, Breton saw the unconscious as the wellspring of the imagination.

Thoughts

  1. In Manifestoes of Surrealism by Breton, he clearly stresses the scientific foundation of Surrealism, nested in the thoughts of Sigmund Freud.

Categories

  1. Society > Culture > Arts > Surrealism
  2. Age > People > Celts > Brittany
  3. Movements > Modern Art > Dada > Marcel Duchamp
  4. Manifesto
  5. Welsh

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