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Nadja Chapter Summary & Analysis - Nadja, pp. 11 to 16 Summary

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Nadja, pp. 11 to 16 Summary

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." He says his relationship with others is not necessarily dark or disturbed. He sees himself moving as a ghost through life, unable to fully recognize things he should. While this signifies that his life could be considered damaged beyond repair, he should not get caught up in what his day-to-day life reveals to him as he searches for the general truths in life. Despite his prejudices, attractions, and decisions, he strives to discover his true nature apart from his choices. He wants to find out the reason he has been...

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