By Alan Bennett
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Jarry would also invite them to contribute to L’Ymagier. 5 Over fifty years later André Breton would ‘rediscover’ Filiger, finally bringing his work to prominence on the strength of his faith in Jarry’s judgement. Gourmont had previously commissioned Filiger to provide the frontispiece illustration to his book, Le Latin mystique. He may even have suggested that Jarry write the article. In fact he or his companion, Berthe de Courrière, may also have written a letter of introduction for him. 6 Filiger was notoriously difficult to approach.
This gave him some authority with aspiring soldier-writers. One of these appears in his novel under the name of Lieutenant Vensuet (Vain souhait) – a cruel reference to his vain literary aspirations – in reality a superior officer, Lieutenant Jean Tixier. ) The verses that Jarry cites as Vensuet’s are patently a parody of his own earlier style. They contain exaggeratedly erotic metaphor, some of which relates to his own unpublished poems of 1893–4. 6 Les Jours et les Nuits, roman d’un déserteur is structured in terms of the military reality of daytime, alternating with Sengle’s ‘desertion’ into dream or reverie, chapter by chapter.
One day, taken sick, he took part in the cycle race to Rennes: says the Commandant who hunted with his father: come on, old chap! You really are going to dump me in the sh**. Get out of here and go to Paris. 15 Certainly Jarry made sure that he did not miss the famous cocktail party for 300 guests thrown during the harsh winter of 1895 by Edouard Vuillard’s patron, Alexandre Natanson. This was a housewarming to show off the nine large decorative panels he 50 had commissioned from Vuillard for the dining room of his new house at 60 Bois de Boulogne (now avenue Foch).