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  • Cocteau, Jean, -- 1889-1963.

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StatementexhikiTaon and catalogue co-oqdnated by Bertrand Meyer.
ContributionsMeyer, Bertrand.
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Open LibraryOL18272072M
ISBN 100853532664

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He had other two siblings, Marthe and Paul.Quote Investigator: In André Fraigneau conducted a series of radio interviews with Jean Cocteau.

Transcripts of the discussion were published in and again in in a volume titled “Entretiens: Jean Cocteau et André Fraigneau”. Here is an excerpt from the French dialog.

Emphasis added by QI: 1. André Fraigneau.

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