Unica ZÃ¼rn (1916â70) was born in GrÃ¼newald, Germany. Toward the end of World War II, she discovered the realities of the Nazi concentration campsâa revelation which was to haunt and unsettle her for the rest of her life. After meeting Hans Bellmer in 1953, she followed him to Paris, where she became acquainted with the Surrealists and developed the body of drawings and writings for which she is best remembered: a series of anagram poems, hallucinatory accounts and literary enactments of the mental breakdowns from which she would suffer until her suicide in 1970.
About: This fierce fable of childbirth by German Surrealist Unica ZÃ¼rn was written after she had already given birth to two children and undergone the self-induced abortion of another in Berlin in the 1950s.
This edition also contains Fourth Estate a History of Women in the Middle Ages
About: Examines the development of the social life of Western European women in the nobilty and peasantry during the medieval period
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