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It’s a Kind of Magic: World Construction in French Surrealist and Belgian Magical Realist Fiction and Cinema

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In comparing Surrealist cinema and literature with that of magical realism, one cannot escape the impression that in magical realism some of the Surrealist magic is lost. In an attempt to explain this loss, this chapter compares the ways in which the two movements interpret reality by means of images.

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