From Library Journal
Saint of the French avant-garde, Cocteau here reflects on many aspects of his life. These 26 brief observations include his thoughts on everything from his childhood, his style, and the theater to haunted houses.
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“A man to whom every great line of poetry was a sunrise, every sunset the foundation of the Heavenly City” – Edith Wharton
“One of the master craftsmen.” – Tennessee Williams
“One of the most inspiring creators—and self-creations—of the twentieth century” – New Yorker
“He left his mark on an entire era.” – New York Times
“To enclose the collected works of Cocteau one would need not a bookshelf, but a warehouse...” – W.H. Auden
“[Cocteau] had, and still has, a huge influence on the avant-garde of American film.” – The Guardian