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Themes and Surrealism in the Sea

Summary: Analyzes The Sea, by Edward Bond. Discusses Bond's use of surrealism and metaphors. Explores major themes in the story.
'The Sea' is simultaneously a glorious confusing and wise affair. Like the sea itself, it has many moods and undercurrents which are unpredictable, beautiful awe-inspiring and terrifying.

Edward Bond has used the sea as a "metaphor of life."

"Sea is the domain of life."

Edward Bond is a surrealistic. He has used surrealism both as a `narrative device' and a s a device to communicate his themes.

The expressed way of surrealism was a rebellion against all restraints on free artistic creativity, including logical reasons, standard morality, social and artistic conventions and norms are controlled by fore-thought and intentions.

The surrealist regard "deep mind" as the only source of valid knowledge and art.

Edward bond also tend to "automatic writing." He has exploited the material of dreams, of stars and of mind between sanity and insanity and between non-logical and chronological order. The whole...

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