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Nadja - Nadja, pg. 60 to 71 Summary & Analysis

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Nadja, pg. 60 to 71 Summary

On the fourth day in October, Andre Breton stops at a stall outside the Humanite bookstore, buying a book. He walks towards the opera, as the offices and workshops begin to close and people head home. He sees a young, poorly dressed woman walking towards him. Breton is transfixed by her eyes, and speaks to her. The woman says she is on her way to a hairdresser, although he finds out later that this is a lie. She mentions that she is having problems with money, and they stop near a cafe where Breton continues to examine her eyes. The woman tells him she had been in love with a student but left him so as not to get in his way. She wrote to him, and eventually they ran into each other by chance in Paris. He is surprised to see her...

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