Hubert Juin  

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Hubert Juin (1926-1987) was a Belgian French language writer and literary critic involved with the Surrealist movement. He wrote a study on Charles Nodier and Alfred Jarry. He also wrote text to Raymond Bertrand's first volume Dessins Erotiques.



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