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Hidden Faces by Salvador Dalí
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Dali wrote this in 2 wks. Wch is certainly remarkable. It's an ok novel, it has a few distinct quirky characteristics, but what I can most relate to about it is that Dali writes in his foreward that when he took a 2 wk vacation from NYC & wrote this he then went back to NYC & checked in to see what his friends had been doing in the meantime & found out that basically nothing had changed. They'd just been hanging out or whatever. Some of us are driven but most people aren't. I don't file this under Surrealism b/c it's not surrealistic (or, at least, I don't remember it being that way).

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March 12, 2008 – Shelved
March 12, 2008 – Shelved as: literature

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