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Apollinaire in The Great War draws heavily on Guillaume Apollinaire’s writings to tell the story of ..
Dan Yack is an eccentric English millionaire shipowner, a notorious hell-raiser, and the envy of all..
Two related novels, Duo and Le Toutounier, are works of the french novelist Colette’s mature genius...
‘Cendrars’ first novel remains a minor masterpiece.’ – Times Literary Supplement
In January 1848 Jo..
‘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 ..
According to legend, Jean Cocteau took to opium in 1923 to assuage his grief at the early death of h..
A witty, anecdotal account of Stein's lifelong love affair with France
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A tale of the sexual and emotional machinations of three upper-class youths in a remote farmhouse, R..
‘What a writer learns from Cendrars is to follow his nose, to obey life’s commands, to worship no ot..
Set against a sleepy cathedral town in northern France, Emile Zola’s novel The Dream (Le Rêve, 1888)..
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In The Hundred Days, Joseph Roth provides a poignant loo..
The 1964 publication of Violette Leduc's extraordinary memoir La Bâtarde impressed and scandalized t..
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..
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