Jean Marquis had chosen the theater, the limelight, the free life of a performer, and the vertigo of words. In the games of love and chance, he threw his lot with Susie Fischer: a whirlwind romance. Aged twenty-three, in 1949, the young man had left the commune of Armentière, Lille, and the world of Pavillon Bleu on the banks of...
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