Everything you need to understand or teach Nadja by André Breton.
Nadja is a surrealist novel written by French writer Andre Breton and published in 1928. The novel is an account of the author's relationship with a woman named Nadja, over a period of ten days. The narrator, Andre Breton, believes that knowing who he is may only be determined by knowing whom he "haunts." Breton also places great importance on coincidences. The Theatre Moderne is one of Andre Breton's favorite theaters because of the absurd acting and small audiences. The only play he ever really admired is called Les Detraquees, which concerns a principal and teacher who murder a student at a girl's school. On the fourth day in October, Andre Breton stops at a stall outside the Humanite bookstore, buying a book. He walks towards the opera, as the offices and workshops begin to close and people head home. He sees a young, poorly dressed woman walking towards him.... View more of the Nadja Summary
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