Jean Cocteau delighted in shocking the world. In pubic, at least, the image he presented was one of great daring -- a man eager to defy, willing to experiment, ready to challenge. Cocteau's achievements in almost every artistic medium -- including poetry, film, illustration, criticism, and ballet -- rightfully earned him a reputation for radical versatility. He assumed Oscar Wilde's role as "world's most dazzling talker" and Thomas DeQuincey's as "world's most conspicuous opium addict"; he drew depictions of his bouts in ...

Past Tense: Diaries 1988, Thomson Learning, London

ISBN-13: 9780156713603

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Past Tense: Diaries 1987, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P, San Diego, CA

ISBN-13: 9780151712892

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