Born in France in the twenties of the 20th century, surrealism consequently refers to magic, paradoxically associated with reality. It is because surrealism understands reality in a completely innovative way, calling reality what is only created by imagination and free from traditional cannons thought. It claims magic to be the only beauty, whose literary vision requires application of completely new methods and descriptive techniques. Thus it introduces the original novum which is both thematic and methodological.
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