By Pierre Mac Orlan
Montmartre en 1924. Dans un meublé de los angeles position du Tertre, un vieillard achève tristement sa vie. mais il s'appelle Faust - Georges Faust - et ce nom, entre tous, est fait pour donner de l'espoir aux vieux messieurs.
Avec marguerite de los angeles nuit, où le fantastique du mythe s'insère merveilleusement dans le Paris des années vingt, Pierre Mac Orlan a écrit l'un des plus célèbres de ces contes insolites où excelle son génie poétique.
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