“When the artist finds himself he is lost”. Max Ernst

The Surrealism permeated not only painting, but all artistic spheres. Max Ernst, with his characteristic eclectic style fused his oneiric imaginary in three surprising and captivating novels: The Hundred Headless Woman (1929), A Little Girl Dreams of Taking the Veil (1939) and A Week of Kindness (1934).

Editorial Atlanta was in charge of publishing in 2008 one of the most important novels of Surrealism. With more than 400 images, the particular collage-style of Ernst breathes in each page. With a plot supported in visual, the three stories delve us in superposed worlds where where myth becomes reality.

The book can be acquired in Gandhi and Fondo de Cultura Economica.

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