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Explain your opinion on whether a poem with surrealistic imagery is more interesting or less interesting to read than a one with conventional images and scenarios.

Write about a scene you have witnessed or an experience you have had that was bizarre and seemed both real and unreal at the...

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Explain your opinion on whether a poem with surrealistic imagery is more interesting or less interesting to read than a one with conventional images and scenarios.

Write about a scene you have witnessed or an experience you have had that was bizarre and seemed both real and unreal at the same time.

Explain some of the similarities and differences between surrealist writing and surrealist art, using examples from both genres to support your points.

If you saw a man sitting in a library shoving pages from a book into his mouth, what would your reaction be and how do you think other people around him would react? In answering, consider such particulars as social expectations and current laws.

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