This French poet, surrealist theorist, and author of Mad Love is generally considered to be the founder of Surrealism and is its primary theorist.
This French artist was the author's second wife and the mother of his daughter.
The photography of this American-born avant-garde artist appears in Mad Love and is used to illustrate some of the thoughts the author attempts to explain.
This French poet and founder of surrealism appears in Section 2 as, along with the author, one of the editors of the literary journal Minotaur.
This Swiss artist and well-known sculptor and painter accompanied the author to a flea market in Section 3.
Comte de Lautréamont
This nineteenth century French writer used the pseudonym of Isidore Ducasse.
This nineteenth century French poet wrote the extended poem Une Saison en Enfer (A Season in Hell...
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