The Devil in the Flesh

The Devil in the Flesh

Raymond Radiguet


"A masterpiece of promise."  —Jean Cocteau
 
Raymond Radiguet wrote his most renowned novel among the a long time of 16 and 18, following his personal love affair with a married girl. Francois, the adolescent narrator, meets Marthe in Paris firstly of global warfare I. They fall in love with one another whereas her husband is away on the entrance. Their ardour results in a sad climax four years later while Marthe passes off their love baby as her husband’s valid baby, even supposing we all know the reality. the topics of freedom, kin, and keenness opposed to a historical past of warfare and honor created a scandal on the time of publication.

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