Pierre Drieu La Rochelle

Pierre Drieu La Rochelle

Pierre Eugène Drieu La Rochelle (3 January 1893 – 15 March 1945) was a French writer of novels, short stories and political essays. He was born, lived and died in Paris. Drieu La Rochelle became a proponent of French fascism in the 1930s, and was a well-known collaborationist during the German occupation.

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1917), poems Etat civil (1921) "Mesure de la France" (1922), essay L'homme couvert de femmes (1925), novel "Le Jeune Européen" (1927), essay "Genève ou Moscou" (1928), essay Une femme à sa ... It was inspired by the death of Drieu's friend, the surrealist poet Jacques Rigaut ... Drôle de voyage (1933), novel La comédie de Charleroi (1934), is a collection of short stories in which Drieu attempts to deal with his war trauma ...