Oui: The Paranoid Critical Revolution ~ Salvador Dalí

Oui: The Paranoid Critical Revolution ~ Salvador Dalí

If this book is anything like Salvador Dalí’s "The Secret Life of Salvador Dali" it will be a fascinating read. I wanted to recommend "The Secret Life of Salvador Dali" but couldn't find the cover I liked, so I recommended this one instead. Ok? Ok. Book Description Salvador Dalí’s writings from the period in which he was most closely allied with the Surrealists have never before been translated into English. These short fictions, essays, and poems contain all the egotistic brio one might expect from Dalí, but they also reveal an earnest and even sentimental artist. They document Dalí’s friendships with fellow Spaniards Luis Buñuel and Federico García Lorca, his entry into the world of the Parisian Surrealists, his passion for the emerging arts of photography and cinema, and the development of his "Paranoid-Critical Method," the theoretical basis for Dalí’s work throughout his life. In 1934, Dalí and André Breton would break forever — "The only difference between me and a Surrealist is that I am a Surrealist," he later said — but in the period 1927-1933, such distinctions were unnecessary.

  • It's important to indoctrinate your children in Lakers basketball the way I was indoctrinated; by being verbally humiliated and physically beaten by heavy mining equipment.......JOKE. Seriously though, you have to love the Lakers... It's important to indoctrinate your children in Lakers basketball the way I was indoctrinated; by being verbally humiliated and physically beaten by heavy mining equipment.......JOKE. Seriously though, you have to love the Lakers and you got to make sure the kids get involved too, that's why you should buy this youth jersey and demand that you children wear it. Since Pau Gasol is our most important new edition it would be a good idea to make him feel at home by wearing his jersey.