The Hotel des Grands Hommes
This is where Breton's journey starts in his narrative, where he lived around 1918.
The Manoir d'Ango in Varengeville-sur-Mer
This is Breton's first stop on his journey. Breton stayed there is August 1927.
This is a statue in Place Maubert in Paris.
This means wood coals. It frequently appears on shop fronts, and is on the last page of Andre Breton and Philippe Soupault's novel, Les Champs Magnetiques.
This is a archway in Paris, France.
The Grip of the Octopus
This is a film that Breton has seen, about a Chinese man who multiplies himself and invades New York.
The Theatre Morderne
This is a theater in France. A photograph of pieces of paper relating to this theater is Plate 10 and Plate 11 in the novel.
The Saint Ouen flea market
This is a market visited by Andre Breton. A photograph...
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