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Nadja - Nadja, pg. 115 to 160 Summary & Analysis

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Nadja, pg. 115 to 160 Summary

Andre Breton starts to feel that Nadja is being sucked back into ordinary life when he is not there. He remembers only a few of the things she said, sentences where he best catches the tone of her voice. Nadja has invented the Lover's flower for Breton, which she said appeared to her during a lunch in the country. It becomes the symbol of their relationship. Nadja also draws a symoblic drawing of the two of them, a siren, turned away, caught together with an eagle-faced monster. She also draws a picture entitled "the Cat's Dream," which shows a cat trying to leap, but it is tied down. Nadja also designs a cutout, of a woman's head coming from a hand, made after a vision. Other drawings are also done after visions. Nadja recognizes elements of her drawings in works of art. She...

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