Series: Jean Cocteau, Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden

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Das Berufsgeheimnis. Kritische Poesie 1. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 9). by Jean Cocteau
Das Blut eines Dichters / Die Schöne und das Tier / Orphee. Filme. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 8). by Jean Cocteau
Les Enfants Terribles by Jean Cocteau
Die Farben der Erinnerung / Der Lebensweg. Kritische Poesie 4. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 12). by Jean Cocteau
Die geliebte Stimme / Der Doppeladler. Theater 2. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 5).: BD 5 by Jean Cocteau
Die große Kluft. Das Weißbuch. Erzählende Prosa 1. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 1). by Jean Cocteau
Opera / Choral. Gedichte 1. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 6). by Jean Cocteau
Die Schwierigkeit, zu sein. Kritische Poesie 3. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 11). by Jean Cocteau
Spiegelschriften. Gedichte 2. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 7). by Jean Cocteau
Thomas der Schwindler / Das Phantom von Marseille. Erzählende Prosa 2. ( Werkausgabe in zwölf Bänden, 2). by Jean Cocteau
Werkausgabe / Die Hochzeit auf dem Eifelturm /Orpheus /Die Höllenmaschine: Theater I by Jean Cocteau
Werkausgabe / Opium: Kritische Poesie II by Jean Cocteau

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