Friday, July 09, 2010

The house of Jean Cocteau and Edouard Dermit, turned into a museum, reopened to the public a couple of weeks ago after several years of restoration. Cocteau's Hermes brief case.

6 comments:

by land by air by sea said...

today
all heartstrings have been plucked
by these
and the following posts.
from cocteau whom i adore
to the news of your
friend's daughter
LIFE
in all its sorrows and beauties
yes what more
what more

beth

david john said...

i need to make a trip!

little augury said...

but, these are the details-the things that tell all.

Daniel-Halifax said...

Oh my!

Daniel-Halifax said...
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Laurent said...

When we needed l'enfant térrible, Agonistically: when he had to be there, even after Radiguet, pendant Pétain: he gave us himself. God damn, I love that man.

That was courage. And I beg your pardon for the interruption of a delectation this does not enhance. I never saw a man who owed less, on the other hand, to our favourite sellier, whose wallet I empty whenever I can.

Les baises, Maître.