Le Coeur à barbe

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Le Coeur à barbe: journal transparent is a single-issue newspaper issued by Tristan Tzara in April 1922 in response to André Breton's attacks on him in the March 2nd issue of Comoedia. Published by Au Sans Pareil in Paris.

Contributors: Paul Éluard, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Tristan Tzara, Erik Satie, Theodor Fraenkel, Vitorio Huidobro, Benjamin Péret, Philippe Soupault, Rrose Sélavy (Marcel Duchamp), André Breton and others.

Issues[edit]

Le Coeur à barbe 1 (Apr 1922). 8 pages, 22.5 x 14 cm. Download.

The above PDF is sourced from Blue Mountain Project.

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