An Incandescent Poet in His Solitary Cell


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  1. Cy Lester says:

    Sinclair once said to us, there was a way to handle war, by holding all wars in future in the desert. He was thinking of men who liked fighting. We all agreed this was a good idea. Sinclair said he would write to General de Gaulle. Every idea like this seemed possible in reality at the time of living under the roof of Mme Rachou, at 9 rue Git-le-Coeur.

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