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Nadja

Nadja is the title character of Nadja, a novel written by French author Andre Breton. Breton is living in Paris when he comes across Nadja on the street, and he is entranced by her. The two strike up a friendship that lasts ten days. Nadja has left her parents and come to Paris. Nadja tells Breton about her father, who was weak, and had everything handed to him easily. Her mother is a good woman but is not a good homemaker. Nadja writes to her mother regularly. Her mother likes to ride the Metro, finding the people coming home from work interesting. Nadja seems to be unstable, frequently attracted to odd and unusual details about things she sees and it is this quality which attracts Breton. She tells him she has had several male friends, including "Dear friend," G, and an American man. When she is out with...

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