Claude Tchou  

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Claude Tchou (1923, Bruxelles - 31 March, 2010, Paris) was a French publisher, born of a Belgian mother and Chinese father, ambassador to to China in Europe. He was married to Michèle Cotta.

He created le Club du Livre du mois.

During his lifetime he published Paul Éluard, Max Ernst, Jacques Lacan, André Breton, Tristan Tzara as well as the Encyclopédie Cousteau.




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