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Two related novels, Duo and Le Toutounier, are works of the french novelist Colette’s mature genius...
‘These erotic drawings are replete with Cocteau favourites - well-endowed teenage sailors disporting..
‘The turbulence of the prose, compared with that of the previous diaries, fully conveys a life lived..
Le Livre Blanc, a ‘white paper’ on homosexual love, was first published anonymously in France by C..
Jean Cocteau's personal reminiscences and drawings of his esteemed contemporaries from a generation ..
Marc Chagall's My Life is the artist's strange autobiographical essay on his early life, which has e..
According to legend, Jean Cocteau took to opium in 1923 to assuage his grief at the early death of h..
(This edition has been replaced with a new edition: Paris, France) A witty, anecdotal account o..
February 2020A new edition of Gertrude's Stein's witty, anecdotal account of a lifelong love affair ..
A tale of the sexual and emotional machinations of three upper-class youths in a remote farmhouse, R..
Set against a sleepy cathedral town in northern France, Emile Zola’s novel The Dream (Le Rêve, 1888)..
The classic and best-selling eco-parable.
In his wonderful story of Elzéard Bouffier, an imaginary ..
Jacques Forrestier, the central character of Cocteau’s famous first novel from 1921, is a parasite a..
The classic salacious memoirs of an 18th-century transvestite.
By a whim of his mother, François-T..
Thomas the Impostor is set at the outbreak of the First World War and is based on Jean Cocteau's e..
From the author of the international best-selling eco-parable The Man Who Planted Trees comes one ..
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