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 1896 b. 21 April  in Paris. French, writer
   Trained in Medecine.

 1906 First met and befriended Andre Breton.

 1914 Correspondence with Breton about Rimbauld's poem L'Alchimie du verbe
 1916 - 1918 wrote Carnets. 
    Corresponds with Jacques Vache; associated with Dada.

 1917 Intern at Val de Grace with Louis Aragon and Andre Breton
    He was among the Cafe Certa regulars.

 1920 June; introduces Andre Breton to Simone Kahn.
    Acted in Andre Breton and Philippe Soupault's play Vous M'Oublierez 
    with Paul Eluard.

 1921 April; photo in front of Notre-Dame: Jean Crotti, Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, 
    Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Benjamin Peret, Theodor Fraenkel, 
    Louis Aragon, Tristan Tzara, Jacques Rigaut Philippe Soupault and d'Esparlias.
    June; Soiree Dada. Coeur a  Gaz -> by Tristan Tzara, performed by Louis Aragon,  
    Tzara, Philippe Soupault, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes,
    Theodor Fraenkel and Benjamin Peret. 

 1922 Present when Andre Breton, Louis Aragon, Philippe Soupault, 
    Paul Eluard, Gala and Jacques Rigaut welcomed Man Ray on his 
    arrival in France at the invitation of Marcel Duchamp.
    At The Rendezvous of Friends.
    Collaborates on first edition La Coeur a barbe.

 1925 Signed the Declaration of January 27 1925.

 1930 Role in  Le Coeur a  barbe ->, directed by Tristan Tzara and 
    played himself with Louis Aragon, Andre Breton, Paul  Eluard , 
    Benjamin Peret, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Philippe Soupault.

 1931  "Foujita? went out to buy cigarettes and he left for Japan, 
    from which he returned only for a brief visit several years later."

 1936 Frequently to be found at Saturday soirees of Robert Desnos and Youki 
    together with his brother Michel, Ernest Hemingway ->, Jean Louis Barrault -> , 
    Madelin Renauld (Fr). ->, Alejo Carpentier -> and the singer Damia ->.
    He may well be le peuple polonais in Alfred Jarry's €œUbu Roi€.

 1954 Friendship with film maker Nelly Kaplan.

 1957  Thanked by George Bataille? in his introduction to Eroticism: death and sensuality.

 1964 d. 25 January in Paris.

    See wiki (Fr). ->

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