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JEAN COCTEAU Cocteau's long interest in the Orpheus myth is seen in the drawing and content of this illustrated letter to fellow playwright. Translation: Dear Audiberti, What joy to have poems, letters, and drawings of yours.! Art attaches itself to cork and rises to the surface. I am very fond of you and will stay close to you, Yours, Jean Original French: Mon cher Audiberti, Quelle joie j’avoir des poèmes, des lettres et des dessins de vous. L’art s’attache au liege et remonte à la surfa

JEAN COCTEAU Cocteau's long interest in the Orpheus myth is seen in the drawing and content of this illustrated letter to fellow playwright. Translation: Dear Audiberti, What joy to have poems, letters, and drawings of yours.! Art attaches itself to cork and rises to the surface. I am very fond of you and will stay close to you, Yours, Jean Original French: Mon cher Audiberti, Quelle joie j’avoir des poèmes, des lettres et des dessins de vous. L’art s’attache au liege et remonte à la surfa


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