Jacques Rigaut

Jacques Rigaut (30 December 1898 – 9 November 1929) was a French surrealist poet.wikipedia
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His suicide inspired the book Will O' the Wisp by Pierre Drieu la Rochelle.
The author's source of inspiration for the main character was the surrealist poet Jacques Rigaut (1898–1929).

The Fire Within

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The movie The Fire Within from Louis Malle is based on this book.
It is based on the novel Will O' the Wisp by Pierre Drieu La Rochelle which itself was inspired by the life of Jacques Rigaut.

Montmartre Cemetery

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He is buried in the Cimetière de Montmartre.

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His suicide inspired the book Will O' the Wisp by Pierre Drieu la Rochelle.

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Jacques Rigaut (30 December 1898 – 9 November 1929) was a French surrealist poet.

Surrealism

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Jacques Rigaut (30 December 1898 – 9 November 1929) was a French surrealist poet.

Dada

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Born in Paris, he was part of the Dadaist movement.

Suicide

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His works frequently talked about suicide and he came to regard its successful completion as his occupation.

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Oslo, August 31st

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The movie Oslo, August 31st directed by Joachim Trier, released in 2011, is also largely based on Will O' the Wisp although the narrative takes place in contemporary Norway.

Joachim Trier

The movie Oslo, August 31st directed by Joachim Trier, released in 2011, is also largely based on Will O' the Wisp although the narrative takes place in contemporary Norway.

Lori Meyers

The Granada-based Spanish indie pop band Lori Meyers has a song entitled "La Vida de Jacques Rigaut" (The Life of Jacques Rigaut) with its lyrics relating with his life.

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Pierre Deval

In 1921, he became a friend of the French surrealist poet Jacques Rigaut, who introduced him into the circle of the Dadaism, and of Tristan Tzara, and writers André Breton and Louis Aragon.

Emak-Bakia

Towards the middle of the film Jacques Rigaut appears dressed in female clothing and make-up.

Jean-Luc Bitton

He will also be the first biographer of French poet Jacques Rigaut, in a forthcoming book scheduled for publication in 2014.

Lycée Louis-le-Grand

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