Le bal du Comte d'Orgel

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Le Bal du comte d'Orgel is the second and last novel by Parisian literary prodigy Raymond Radiguet (1903-1923). Published in 1924 and centering on adultery, it proved controversial, as did his first novel, Le Diable au corps, published in 1923. Le Bal du comte d'Orgel was adapted into a 1970 film.

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Mahaut, married to the Count d'Orgel, falls into a torrid romance with François de Séryeuse, a teenager. The Count doesn't realize what is going on between his new friend and his wife.

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