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Radiguet

Raymond . 1903--23, French novelist; the author of The Devil in the Flesh (1923) and Count d'Orgel (1924)
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In Le Diable au corps, as Radiguet wrote it, Francois meets Marthe on a train platform with Marthe jumping from the train while it is still moving; in the film, they meet in the school which has been transformed into a hospital.
RADIGUET, Max [1856] 1971 Lima y la sociedad peruana.
Cocteau saw his talent and, though their romantic relationship failed, the older writer nonetheless mentored the younger one through the creation of his two important novels, The Devil in the Flesh and Count d'Orgel's Ball, before Radiguet died of typhoid fever in 1923.
de su encuentro con Raymond Radiguet, su fugaz y apasionada relacion, y la muerte fulminante de Radiguet el 13 de Diciembre de 1923.
He had painted portraits of Jean Cocteau, Raymond Radiguet, Leon Bakst and Juan Gris, as well as others whose fame was more spurious, such as Guillaume Apollinaire, a naturalised Pole with the real name of Kostrowitski, who wrote copious bogus experimental French verse; not to speak of all 300 lb.
En cuanto a Gangotena, son aquellos de la revista Intentions: Valery, Saint-Pol-Roux, Radiguet, O.
Mariategui mentioned Anatole France, Coctean and Radiguet, but I would emphasize another French writer: Marcel Proust.
We can find examples in Radiguet, Aragon, and in de Beauvoir's Memoires d'une jeune fille rangee.
It's an adaptation of classic French novel "The Devil in the Flesh" by Raymond Radiguet, a love story set toward the end of World War I, about a 16-year-old boy who falls for the wife of his absent brother.
Santiago confiesa la seduccion ejercida por los escritores Radiguet y Rimbaud, "esas figuras de negros angeles umbratiles" (227); a esas influencias francesas neo-romanticas debemos atribuir ciertos excesos retoricos del joven Santiago y su predileccion por la belle phrase (17).
If French literature is a territoriality, how can one conceive of Rimbaud alongside Racine, Peguy next to Radiguet, Saint-Exupery with Nelligan?
Cocteau, devastated by the death of his lover and protege, the twenty-year-old poet Raymond Radiguet, was high on opium and in a state of hypnogogic hallucination, which he described as "a sleep that seemed interminable but turned out to have lasted half a second.