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Raymond Radiguet was born in 1903 and died tragically young in 1923, having writen only two short but celebrated novels and a volume of poetry. After leaving, school, Radiguet entered Parisian literary circles, becoming the protege of Jean Cocteau. Count d'Orgel was published posthumously by Cocteau whose afterword appears in this edition.
Count d'Orgel is a study of a three-sided relationship set in Parisian society after World War I. Count Anne d'Orgel and his wife Maliant befriend the young Francois de Seryeuse, and find that their marriage is alternately qualified and confirmed by the feelings released.
Set in Parisian society after the First World War, this is the study of a three-sided relationship between Count Anne d'Orgel, his wife Mahaut and a young man they befriend, Francois de Seryeuse. The couple then find that their marriage is qualified and confirmed by the feelings thus released.
A classic French tale of morality and a ménage à trois
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