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Nadja Setting & Symbolism

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The Hotel des Grands Hommes

The Hotel des Grands Hommes is where Breton's journey starts in his narrative, where he lived around 1918. The photograph of the hotel is Plate 1 in the novel.

The Manoir d'Ango in Varengeville-sur-Mer

The Manoir d'Ango in Varengeville-sur-Mer is Breton's first stop on his journey. Breton stayed there is August 1927. The photograph of the manor is Plate 2 in the novel.

Etienne Dolet

Etienne Dolet is a statute in Place Maubert in Paris. The photograph of the statute is Plate 3 in the novel.

Bois-Charbons

Bois-Charbons means wood coals. It frequently appears on shop fronts, and is on the last page of Andre Breton and Philippe Soupault's novel, Les Champs Magnetiques. A photograph of these words on a shop is Plate 5 in the novel.

Porte Saint-Denis

Porte Saint-Denis is a archway in Paris, France. A photograph of the arch is Plate 8 in the novel.

The Grip of the Octopus

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