Table of contents for Exquisite corpse : surrealism and the Black Dahlia murder / Mark Nelson and Sarah Bayliss.

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CONTENTS
Introduction: A Death and its Aftermath
PART I: DEATH IMITATES ART
Surrealism: Damaged Muses and Mischievous Mannequins
Man Ray: A Subversive Vision
Minotaur and Minotaure
Dreams of Love and Death
Exquisite Corpse: A Literal Reenactment?
PART II: ART IMITATES DEATH
After the Murder 
The L. A. Avant-garde in the 1940s
Marcel Duchamp and the Etant Donnés, part I
William Copley: Surrealist Confidante
Marcel Duchamp and the Etant Donnés, part II
Afterword: Into the Labyrinth [TK]
Appendix I: Los Angeles 1935-1950: A Web of Connections
Appendix II: Exquisite Corpse Timeline [TK]
Acknowledgments [TK]
Notes
Bibliography [TK]
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hodel, George.
Short, Elizabeth, 1924-1947.
Man Ray, 1890-1976.
Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968.
Murder -- California -- Los Angeles.
Surrealism.
Murder in art.