Jean Cocteau Opium

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At one traumatic stage in his life, Cocteau became addicted to opium. Here he describes not only his extraordinary experiences when taking the drug, but also his sufferings while being treated for opium poisoning. Cocteau also reminisces about some of his closest friends, including Nijinsky and Proust, and provides revealing insights into his own life and the creation of some of his masterpieces. Opium remains a record of the liveliest impromptu mind of modern France."" - TLS. ""Hypnotic collection of maxims, stories and reflections."" - LA Times.

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Jean Cocteau is regarded as one of France's greatest men of arts and letters. A multi-faceted talent and a recipient of the Légion d'honneur, he achieved distinction as a poet, playwright, and critic as well as an artist, illustrator, composer, actor, and internationally acclaimed filmmaker. He was the author of La Belle et la Bête, Les Enfants Terribles, and Thomas the Impostor.

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ISBN 10:  0720608007 ISBN 13:  9780720608007
Publisher: Peter Owen Publishers, 2001

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French..., 1972