Quinn, Shelley

Historical Development of Surrealism and the Relationships Between Hemispheric Specializations of the Brain
1992 0-7734-9738-2
A new procedure for literary analysis of surrealist imagery, using various procedures: a summary of recent developments in hemispheric studies, discussion of the language and communicative properties of the two hemispheres of the brain, analysis of language modes and types of image - memory, dream, imagination, etc. - and examination of poems and poets that have been called surrealist.