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Mad Love Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 7 Summary

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Section 7 Summary and Analysis

The final section of Mad Love is directed to "Dear Hazel of Squirrelnut," Breton's daughter by Lamba, Aube. Mad Love opens with the English word "boys" and can certainly be interpreted as a very male-oriented analysis of love. However, the book ends with his wishes for a girl. As Breton writes, Aube is still an infant and he addresses her as such, but also as the woman she is to become. "Whether you have just closed a school desk on a world crow-blue in high fantasy, or whether your sunny silouette, except for the bouquet of flowers on your blouse, is cast against the wall of a factory - I am far from sure about your future - let me believe that these words, "mad love," will one day correspond uniquely to your delirium" (pg. 112.)

Breton speaks of the mystery of her birth and returns...

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