Down Below

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Black Swan Press, 1983 - Fiction - 52 pages
Nonfiction. Fiction. Translated from the French by Victor Llona. DOWN BELOW is an account of Leonora Carrington's travels to Spain after having been declared "incurably insane." Carrington wrote and painted as a defender of the Surrealist movement into the twentieth century. DOWN BELOW was first published in 1944. This recent publication includes new collages by Debra Taub.

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Down Below🍒🍒🍒🍒 By Leonora Carrington 1944 Incredibly strange. ...unexpectedly absorbing... Leonora Carrington was a British born Surrealist painter, and a writer while living in Mexico. This takes ... Read full review

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After seeing Carrington's artwork and reading some biographical information about her, I became fascinated with her life. This slim volume is her firsthand account of her time spent in a Spanish ... Read full review

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