. . . the surrealists are not politicians nor scientists, philosophers nor even physicians. They are poets, specialists in language, and it is language they will attack first.
First of all, no more logic. In language especially it must be hunted down, beaten to a pulp, reduced to nothing. There are no more verbs, subjects, complements. There are words that can even mean something other than what they actually say.
— Maurice Nadeau, The History of Surrealism
Which dead end will be reincarnated?
The river above the sound of the river
Question John Levy, Answer Michelle Tennison (2017)