Je suis le feu follet
MediumA vision of the underworld. In European folklore, Will-o’-the-Wisp is considered a supernatural manifestation and sometimes the spirit of a dead. Also, the title of most celebrated novel by the French writer Drieu La Rochelle, the last days of a heroin addict who commits suicide. About the death of La Rochelle’s friend Jacques Rigaut, surrealist poet. Albeit linked to Lou Reed’s poetry and songs, this novel was published long before heroin became a social plague in USA and in Europe; 1931.
TitleJe suis le feu follet