Surrealism, dadaism, absurdism poets

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Surrealism is literary and art movement influenced by dreams, stream of the consciousness, imagination and freedom. The movement was founded in Paris by André Breton. Surrealists support arbitrariness, freedom of thinking, dreams and everything upper reality. Absurdism is philosophy, when idea is based on meaningless actions and events in life. Common elements in absurdism include satire, dark humour, incongruity, the abasement of reason, and controversy.
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Yule Pamelia Sarah

Yule Pamelia Sarah poet from Canada was born on April 10, 1826, had 70 years and died on March 6, 1897. Poems were written in Victorian age mainly in English language. Dominant movement is surrealism, dadaism, absurdism.