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Raymond Radiguet was born in 1903 and died tragically young in 1923 of typhoid fever, having written only two short but celebrated novels and a volume of poetry. Radiguet entered Parisian literary circles upon leaving school, becoming the protege of Jean Cocteau. His only other novel is Count d'Orgel, also available from Pushkin Press, first published posthumously by Cocteau whose afterword appears in the Pushkin Press edition.

Books by Raymond Radiguet