Thirteen Monologues: Jean Cocteau & Georges Feydeau

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"Original illustrations by Jean Cocteau and Andrzej Klimowski Two of the seven monologues by Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) in this edition were written for Edith Piaf. The other five were written for Cocteau's friend, the celebrated actor Jean Marais, to perform on radio. Although perhaps a minor part of Cocteau's output of films, plays, poems and ballet scenarios, these exquisite miniatures remain a fascinating form of his dramatic expression. Georges Feydeau (1862-1921) is best known for his enduring farces, such as A Flea ...

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