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Channelling Kate Logue

Mike Bozart

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The author has a vivid dream involving the ghost of Kate Logue (of Andre’ Breton’s mention in 1923 in Derry, Ireland).

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The Kate Logue of concern today is the unique Irish lass who had an intense ten-day affair with André Breton in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland in 1923, a year before his seminal work, Manifeste du Surréalisme (Surrealist Manifesto) was published. She was known as ‘Faraway Kate’ by the townsfolk, as she had a peculiar mental illness, anosognosic schizophrenia, which caused her to be unsure of who she was. In fact she would often walk along the River Foyle asking passersby: “Who am I?” And Kate was not being facetious; she really wanted to know, as she had no idea. Though not nearly as renown as Kiki de Montparnasse, Kate ó Doire [‘of Derry’ in Gaelic] deserves more than a shadowy footnote in the annals of surrealism. After all, Breton stated: “I could spend my whole life prying loose the secrets of Kate Logue. She is honest to a fault and her naïveté has no peer but my own. Christopher Columbus should have set out to discover America with a boatload of Kate Logue. . . Read More