Letter sent by Leonora Carrington to André Breton from Mexico.
From Mexico where she lives, Leonora Carrington sends a few lines to Breton to introduce a “real” short story, “L’Homme neutre”, where she is seen going to a masked ball with her face covered in butter and dyed green… A poem letter from a friend, Gogo Nesbit, to her is also enclosed. [André Breton website, 2005]
Typed letter signed by Leonora Carrington to André Breton and typescripts.
- One page in-4°, typed letter signed by Leonora Carrington to André Breton, with a signed typewritten text titled “L’Homme neutre”. A typewritten poem by Gogo Nesbit is also enclosed.
- “L’Homme neutre”. Typescript annotated with spelling corrections by André Breton in black ink and with further handwriting in blue ink. Titled, signed, undated.
- [Suis que je suis...]. Untitled, undated and unsigned typescript sent to André Breton. [auction catalogue, 2003, André Breton website, 2018]
1 page in-4°, envelop
L'Homme neutre, 6 typescript pages in-4°
Gogo Nesbit, 1 typescript page in-4°
|Physical description||Ms ; Ts - bleu et encre bleue sur papiers pelure et couché|
|Number of pages||1 - 6 - 1|
|Breton Auction, 2003||Lot 1154|