Introduction by André Breton to Max Ernst - The Hundred Headless Woman 1 If the soul were wordless, we would need to stared at it instead of speaking of it. So are our loves, our hopes, our dreams of becoming. 2 One is not concerned about the identity the perpetrator of a crime that one witnesses in a dream. 3 Out of context, we see the transcendent properties of objects, transporting us to another world in which they belong.