Handwritten manuscript and typescript of a text by Suzanne Muzard, undated, intended for The Surrealist Revolution.
Between Emmanuel Berl and André Breton, at the end of the 1920’s Suzanne Muzard’s sentimental life is marked by a constant hesitation, which can be seen in this text intended for – but not published in – The Surrealist Revolution. For beneath the technique of automatic writing, we can find a certain weight of phrasing, a consideration in the choice of terms, which reveals the mastery and the control of a culture and a style that the Surrealists would strive to overthrow. To be a revolutionary is not ordinary ... [Atelier André Breton site, 2005]
Handwritten manuscripts signed and typescripts, undated.
-“Daydreams and dreams”, handwritten manuscript signed by Suzanne Muzard, 1 and 1/2 page in-4°. Two typescript copies of the text are attached. [Auction catalogue, 2003]
|Bibliographical material||1 page 1/2 in-4°|
2 pages in-4°
|Physical description||Ms et Ts - noir, encres noire et bleue une feuille à en-tête du "Café de Madrid"|
|Breton Auction, 2003||Lot 2091|
|Keywords||Work notes, Surrealist revolution, manuscript|
|Set||[Journal] La Révolution surréaliste|