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-''[[Vingt-cinq poèmes]]'' (''Twenty-Five Poems'') ([[1918]]) [http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/dada/Vingt_Cinq/index.htm] is a collection of poems by [[Tristan Tzara]], with 10 engravings by [[Hans Arp]].+'''''Vingt-cinq poèmes''''' (''Twenty-Five Poems'') ([[1918]]) [http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/dada/Vingt_Cinq/index.htm] is a collection of poems by [[Tristan Tzara]], with 10 engravings by [[Hans Arp]].
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Vingt-cinq poèmes (Twenty-Five Poems) (1918) [1] is a collection of poems by Tristan Tzara, with 10 engravings by Hans Arp.



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