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Radiguet, Raymond (1903-1923)  
Portrait of Raymond Radiguet by Man Ray

Raymond Radiguet

born: 18 June 1903
died: 12 December 1923
country: France

The young novelist Raymond Radiguet (1903–1923) was a post-war literary phenomenon, in terms of his literary precocity a 1920s equivalent (although far nicer) of Verlaine’s lover-nemesis Arthur Rimbaud. His two novels Le diable au corps (1923) and the posthumously published Le bal du comte d’Orgel are stylistic marvels for a writer only just out of his teens. Someone remarked, maliciously, that the bisexual Radiguet knew not only how to use his pen, but his pencil as well. There is no doubt that his liaison with Jean Cocteau advanced his career and his literary position to that of a cult.

from notes by Graham Johnson 2013

Albums
'Poulenc: The Complete Songs' (CDA68021/4)
Poulenc: The Complete Songs
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On other labels
'Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2' (SIGCD263)
Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2
SIGCD263  Download only   Studio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Ciel! les colonies  First line to Paul et Virginie, FP132 (Poulenc)
Paul et Virginie, FP132 (Poulenc)
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