Criticism | September 01, 1978

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In the spring of 1922, the Little Review published a special number devoted to Francis Picabia.  Aside from Picabia’s own Dada compositions (poems, paintings, the manifesto “Anticoq”), the issure included such items as two Cocteau poems (“Saluant Picabia” and “Saluant Tzara”), Gertrude Stein’s “Vacation in Brittany,”  Sherwood Anderson’s essay, “The Work of Gertrude Stein,” and the first installment of a translation of Apollinaire’s Les Peintres Cubistes, Meditations Esthetiques (1913).

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